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Al Ahly striker El-Sayed Hamdy’s son found
El-Sayed Hamdy’s son, who was kidnapped on Friday night has thankfully been found on Monday.
Karim El-Sayed Hamdy was kidnapped on Friday night when he was heading to his aunt’s house, and the kidnappers reportedly demanded a fee of LE250,000 (£25,000) to let go of the child.
Hamdy, who only knew about the kidnapping on Saturday, started the game against Al Ragaa and netted a goal but he couldn’t hold back his tears after scoring for Al Ahly.
Karim was found in a coffee shop in Faisal St, Fayoum and is thankfully now back with his father, and appears to be in healthy shape.
However, things could get messy as El-Sayed Hamdy’s first wife, and mother of the child, will apparently take his second wife to court claiming she was the person behind Karim’s kidnapping.