On Monday, police said a heavily intoxicated 23-year-old son of Ambassador Khaled Al-Shaibani pulled three 16-year-old Brazilians into their sixth-floor room of Warsaw's Holiday Inn after 9 a.m.
Witnesses alerted hotel guards, who rushed to the site, but called police when the Kuwaiti said he had explosives, police said.
Agents stormed the room just before 10 a.m. and took the suspect into custody without incident. None of the captives was harmed and no explosives were found.
Al-Shaibani was too intoxicated to undergo questioning Monday, police said, but the suspect spoke with authorities Tuesday morning.
The three teenagers were among about 10,000 people from around the world, most of them Jewish, who came to Poland to take part in the March of the Living.
The Kuwaiti Embassy confirmed the suspect was the ambassador's son, but declined further comment.
Don't be too hard on the lad Mr. Embassador. You emerced him into a country full of alcoholic anti-semites and he probably had a head start in Kuwait. Plus, 10,000 Jews all at once is a bit much for even the most tolerant and sober of us.