Tuesday 2 August 2022 10:33 AM Clubbers complain of being injected with date rape drugs in Spain trends now

Tuesday 2 August 2022 10:33 AM Clubbers complain of being injected with date rape drugs in Spain trends now
Tuesday 2 August 2022 10:33 AM Clubbers complain of being injected with date rape drugs in Spain trends now

Tuesday 2 August 2022 10:33 AM Clubbers complain of being injected with date rape drugs in Spain trends now

British tourists warned over spate of female clubbers being INJECTED with date rape drugs in Spain Spanish police are investigating at least 35 reports of clubbers being injected  Victims - mostly female and under 30 - say they were jabbed while on nights out  Cops believe date rape drugs are being given as a precursor to sexual assault   Comes after spate of similar reports in the UK, France and Switzerland 

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Britons holidaying in Spanish party hot-spots have been warned about a spate of women being injected with date-rape drugs. 

The first case was reported in the party Mecca of Ibiza, but revellers in in Navarra, San Fermín and Catalonia on the Spanish mainland have since come forward to say they were also attacked.

Police are now probing at least 35 such complaints and have opened 17 investigations in the space of just a few days.

It comes after dozens of similar cases were reported in the UK, Switzerland and France dating back to winter last year. 

Spanish police are investigating at least 35 reports of mostly-female clubbers being injected with what they believe are date rape drugs (file image)

Spanish police are investigating at least 35 reports of mostly-female clubbers being injected with what they believe are date rape drugs (file image)

Cops say the alleged victims are usually under the age of 30 and female, but at least one man has reported being injected.

A young Spanish woman reported one of the first cases to the Civil Guard. 

She said that, after partying with her friends in a nightclub in Ibiza, she noticed a puncture in her arm and concluded that she had been drugged against her will.

Investigators say liquid MDMA - commonly known as ecstasy - or GHB could be used to intoxicate people, because the substances disappear quickly from the body. 

They can be administered orally or by

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