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Egypt Salafi Mp Resigns After Carjacking Injuries Turn Out To Be From A Nose Job


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#1 furry_animal

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Posted 07 March 2012 - 08:30 PM

I did chuckle a bit at this!

Egypt Salafi MP resigns after carjacking injuries turn out to be from a nose job

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Agence France-Presse
Mar 6, 2012



Cairo // An Egyptian Salafi MP was forced to resign from parliament and from his party after claiming that he was injured in a carjacking, when he had in fact had a nose job, his party said yesterday.


A bruised and bandaged Anwar Al Bilkimy appeared on television last week saying how gunmen beat him and stole 100,000 Egyptian pounds (Dh61,000).

But doctors and medical staff at a hospital in the Cairo suburb of Sheikh Zayed came forward and said that the MP, who belongs to the ultra-conservative party Al Nour, had in fact been undergoing rhinoplasty at the time.

In a statement on its Facebook page, Al Nour said its chief Emad Abdel Ghafur had gone to see Mr Bilkimy today and confirmed that the whole story had been "made up".

Mr Bilkimy "has resigned from the party and from parliament," the party said.

The MP is also to "offer a formal apology to the doctors at the hospital, the party, all members of parliament, the media, security forces and to all the Egyptian people," it said.

Egyptian prosecutors had launched an investigation into the affair, asking staff at the hospital to provide Mr Bilkimy's medical records and demanding a forensic examination.

Mr Bilkimy's claims of an attack came as Egypt struggles with insecurity since a popular uprising toppled president Hosni Mubarak last year, with a rise in carjackings, robberies and violence on the streets.
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#2 zemaire

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Posted 07 March 2012 - 08:52 PM

lol
What do you call nose-gate in the masri kleptocracy? ;)


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