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Women drug and rob men at birthday bash at Roysambu

By By COLLINS KWEYU | Aug 19th 2013 | 2 min read


A would-have-been marvelous birthday party at Roysambu, Nairobi turned tragic when devastatingly beautiful gatecrashers — who were later discovered to be con artists — drugged patrons before robbing them.

A man (name withheld) threw a bash and invited three friends. In a bid to spice up the party, the men tagged along three pretty women — strangers they had bumped into on their way to the party.


“Its unfortunate that my woman is away, but at least you guys have come with some cute ‘party animals’ who will surely make this night memorable considering they have not only dressed the part, but look it too,” the host is alleged to have said, as he welcomed his guests.

Interestingly, as the strangers bonded with patrons, they easily won the hearts of most men who thought of them as ‘good girls’ considering they were neither taking ‘hard drinks’ nor sharing a smoke from a shisha kettle that virtually everyone was smoking from. They stuck to sodas. And to crown it all, they gently massaged wasted patrons who dozed off and fell on their laps.     

“You know we were four men and four women, each one of us with a companion who kept them busy with small talk as we enjoyed the drinks. But eventually, we guys got too drunk and began snoozing and snored away,” said the host.


But it turned that their snoozing wasn’t natural because the women drugged them and patiently waited for them to black out before stealing from them. From personal effects in their pockets, household electronics, to kitchen stuff were all stolen — and packed on a hired pick up car at the crack of down.

A concerned gatekeeper who attempted to enquire what was happening was told that the women were sisters and cousins to the owner of the house and he was moving houses. To make the watchman swallow the lie, they asked him whether he had heard noises and loud music the previous night to which he answered in the affirmative before they told him it was a bash he had thrown in honour to his last night in the house. Too sexy to be confused with thieves, the sleepy watchman let them zoom off with the loot.

The men were allegedly drugged at around 4.00am and they came to their senses at around midday to an empty house. Upon regaining consciousness, the embattled men attempted to figure out what had happened only to realise that none of them could reach the strangers, whose phone numbers they didn’t have anyway.

Arresting the crooks has proved futile considering they disappeared without a trace.

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