Russian tattoo artist arrested in Galle

2018-10-11 11:42:27

A Russian tattoo artist had been arrested at a hotel at Haliwala, Galle yesterday on charges of violating visa conditions.

The Police said the 42-year-old Russian was arrested, while tattooing individuals at the hotel.

The suspect would be produced in the Galle Magistrate's Court today, according to Police.

Meanwhile, a 28-year-old female Indian national and her two children had also been arrested by the Horana Police on charges of violating visa conditions.

The Police said an 8-year-old girl and a 2-year-old boy of the woman were arrested at Wagawatte in Horana yesterday evening.

They would be produced in the Horana Magistrate's Court.(Darshana Sanjeewa)

  Comments - 5

  • Warren Raed Thursday, 11 October 2018 12:22

    What about American citizens contesting presidential elections? Aren't they violating any conditions?

    Reply : 14       72

    Ceylon Thursday, 11 October 2018 12:51

    inhuman,un civilised.2 year old and 8 year old arrested for their visa violations.terrible.this is a terror country now.

    Reply : 35       30

    Ann Thursday, 11 October 2018 13:37

    Ceylon, check any other country violating of any visa conditions.

    Reply : 5       23

    Dee Thursday, 11 October 2018 15:26

    We have foreign people here as potential presidential candidates! So we are very liberal with visa regulation.

    Reply : 5       20

    tissa Friday, 12 October 2018 08:40

    Very good work .Police. Give the message to all police stations. Hundreds of Indians , Chinese are working in Construction , Restaurents etc on Visitors Visa. It will be good for young Sri Lankans who are searching for work, if rest of the Police stations too follow the example of Galle and Horana Police. Kohuwela Junction Buriyani shop has all indians who cannot even talk Tamil , Sinhala or English. The big question is Have they got Working Visa? Kohuwela Police should search for these instead of getting Buriyani for dinner.

    Reply : 0       5

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