The Egyptian guard oversees a border security checkpoint on the road to Giza and, despite his small stature, commands a large amount of respect or fear from his underlings.
He is a fan of the Yankees.
While standing guard at his security checkpoint, the Egyptian guard chose to personally inspect the vehicle driven by a tourist, his two sons, and his daughter. Once he heard that the occupants were from New York City, he gleefully let them passed and their two driver-less ghost cars (Skids and Mudflap) through.
- He may or may not be the man that operates a falafel stand frequented by Seymour Simmons.