Cyprus Mail

Two women arrested after fight during curfew hours

Paphos police have arrested two women, 38 and 34, who got into a fight early Monday during curfew.

According to the police, the older woman visited the house of the 34-year-old around 1am on Monday to discuss and solve some personal differences. The force was notified by a third party after the two started yelling and causing a nuisance.

After police arrived, the 38-year-old woman took a bottle and threw it, damaging a door of the house. The younger woman then sprayed the older one in the face with a harmful gas.

Both women were arrested. The older woman was taken to the A&E department of Paphos general hospital, where was treated for the face injury.

They are facing charges of harmful gas possession, causing damage, causing nuisance, attack and breaking curfew.


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