Episode #27: “Keep Your Nose Clean”, from True’s 7 December 2008 issue.
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Keep Your Nose Clean
Police in Uganda are warning men to watch out for a gang of robbers using a “booby trap” in bars. Women are putting chloroform or other sedatives on their chests and apparently encouraging men to snuggle up to their cleavage. “We have found victims in an unconscious state,” said Criminal Investigations Directorate spokesman Fred Enanga. “And the victim doesn’t remember anything. He just remembers being in the act of romancing.” The victim is typically completely stripped, Enanga said, so that “everything is taken from him.” (AFP) …It’s getting pretty serious: one poor guy has been robbed by the gang five times in the last week.
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