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There’s A Trend Growing Where Women Steal Guys’ Rolexes, But It’s How They Do It That’s Messed Up

Doesn’t get much worse than this.

There’s a trend growing at an alarming rate in bars and nightclubs across the country; gorgeous women are preying on men by drugging their drinks and stealing Rolex watches off of them when they’re passed out.

Arvin Malhi, a 40 year old sales executive shared the story of how he was victimized an Inside Edition interview. He was drinking at a bar in Miami while at a bachelor party when 24 year old Liliana Venegas walked up to him.

“I don’t like boys,” she said. “I like men.”

After speaking with her for some time he thought he had developed a connection with the young woman and her invited her to come back to his oceanside hotel suite. When they arrived, he says he removed his new $28,000 Rolex watch and placed it on the nightstand.

“She wasn’t interested in me, she was clearly interested in my watch,” he said.

He said she kept pressuring him to drink, but once he did he started falling asleep. Before he dozed off, he said he watched her snatch his watch off of his nightstand and ran off.

“I said ‘Hey!’ Before I could say anything else, she was gone,” he remembered.

He was able to force himself awake so that he could go after her, and he immediately called the police with her license plate number. They were successfully able to find and apprehend her, but as luck would have it, the Rolex was nowhere to be found.

“Unfortunately, they searched the whole car. They were not able to find my watch,” he said.

According to Inside Edition:

Vanegas was charged with grand theft. In her mug shots, she is wearing a Versace necklace allegedly stolen from another victim. Police said knockout drugs were found in her purse. She has pleaded not guilty to all of the charges.

What happened to Malhi wasn’t an isolated incident.

“Every guy thinks they know better until a stunning girl gives them a compliment,” security expert Bill Stanton told Inside Edition. The women follow a similar plan, he said.

“They are going to see a guy sitting by himself, they are going to sit down and give that guy a compliment and then when he’s not paying attention, they are going to spike his drink with a drug,” he said.

“Then comes the offer, ‘Why don’t we go back up to your hotel room?’ And if that guy does that, it’s goodnight Irene, because he’s going to wake up minus his wallet, his cash and his watch.”

Inside Edition hired two models to see if men would accept drinks that could easily be spiked. It didn’t take long for guys to accept shot after shot.

Inside Edition’s Lisa Guerrero asked one of the men: “Did you take a drink from a stranger?”

He laughed and said: “Yes!”

That is absolutely terrifying! Where was the backlash for this story? If this had been men preying and robbing women, there would be a firestorm press and outcry!

But no, since it’s a crime against men, women treat this more as a “Well, you gotta be careful! What did you expect would happen?”

Funny, that sounds a lot like “You were raped? What were you wearing?”

Too bad feminists can’t be consistent…

Watch the story here:

H/T: Inside Edition

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