LAHORE - Rawalpindi Police Tuesday produced before Lahore High Court a 3-year-old son of a Polish woman after recovering from custody of his father. Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed allowed the father custody of the child till March 5, which is next date of hearing with orders of furnishing surety bonds worth Rs2.5 million pledging that he will bring the child in the court on Friday (March 5). The court however retained passport of the minor in courts custody fearing the man may not disappear again along with his minor son when the whole Punjab police was searching him. The judge was hearing a habeas corpus petition filed by Justyna Bernadetsa seeking recovery of her child Muham-mad Ali Aqsa from the custody of his father Muhammad Khan of Rawalpindi. Hearing was adjourned as counsels of both parties could not satisfy the judge with their arguments and were asked to come up on March 5 with tangible arguments. Earlier the judge heard brief story from Justyna and her former husband Muhammad Khan whereas their counsels badly failed to cite law concerned to the case in hand despite repeated queries by the judge. Justyna Bernadetsa who was dressed in Shalwar Kameez and her head covered with a Dopatta told court that she had accepted Islam. Justyna told the court that she married to Muhammad Khan of Rawalpindi some years back in Birmingham, UK and they had a baby boy out of this wedlock in a hospital of Birmingham on March 7, 2006. Later they shifted to Pakistan along with their child Muhammad Ali Aqsa and started living in Rawalpindi. However, due to some unavoidable reasons Muhammad Khan divorced her but kept the child in his possession. She said the act of her former husband was illegal, as their son being minor should be given in mothers custody. On the other side, Muhammad Khan, also a British national, told the court that the petitioner had not bothered about the child for three years and left him when he was only three months old. Now after a long time she came to Pakistan to seek custody of the minor. He said the petitioner had lost the right to have custody of the child, adding that, the child did not want to go with her too. Body found near bus terminal Body of a 35-year-old drug addict woman was found from a local bus terminal in General Bus Stand police precincts on Tuesday. The body was recovered at about 1 pm. Edhi ambulance shifted the body to the mortuary for autopsy. As per details, a local telephoned the police concerned and informed about the dead body of a woman lying on a road in front of the bus terminal. Sub-Inspector Mohammad Hanif said the cause of her death might be excessive use of drugs. Police cannot establish any thing about her death before post mortem report, he maintained. He further said the bare-footed deceased woman was wearing embroidered clothes, adding that she also looked like a beggar.