Hussein Fahmi verbally assaults a police officer
A police station in Cairo interrogated prominent Egyptian actor Hussein Fahmi for verbally assaulting a police officer, while driving in his car. The police officer filed a complaint against the actor stressing that he had intentionally tailgated his police car while driving and began cursing at him when he attempted to stop him.
When the officer filed the report against the license plate it appeared that the car belonged to Hussein. When the actor was called in, he denied all allegations and he was immediately set free due to his profession and the fact that he is a well respected actor.
On a different note, Hussein is working closely with different psychiatrist to study Alzheimer's disease and its side effects on the behavior of patients to properly prepare for his upcoming role in the new television drama “Al Sharid”. The drama which is written by Mahdi Yousif and directed by Omar Abdul Aziz will be filmed at the Media Production City beginning next week.
Hussein revealed that he will be playing the role of a politician, who works at a non-government organization that specializes in solving international disputes. Throughout the course of events he is sent to Africa as a representative to help solve disputes between different tribes and is then held hostage.
Hussein is then freed with the help of an NGO, but he is found suffering from a psychological disorder that leads to his memory loss. All attempts to retrieve him to his normal state of mind fail. The drama will be shot in Egypt, Holland, the USA and one of the countries in South Africa.