A GROUP of girls partying in Zante captured the horrifying moment a man tried to spike one of their friends’ drinks.
Gemma Reynolds, 22, from Dublin was captured “dancing away” in a club during a girls’ holiday on the Greek island, when a friend captured the exact moment a stranger tried to drop a pill into her drink.
Gemma said: “I was dancing away with my friends and one of them decided to take some pictures of the night out.
“As she was doing this, she caught one of the men trying to drop a pill of some sort in my drink.”
“My friends started shouting ‘don’t drink it’. As soon as they said that, the two men started to run away.
“I hadn’t even being socialising with these men. They were complete strangers and hadn’t even tried to talk to us. They just came up behind me and did this.
“My initial reaction was to just throw the drink on the ground. I went up to the bouncers and gave them descriptions of the men but by that stage, they had probably cleared out of the place.”
Just two days before the incident another one of the group was spiked with a date rape drug.
Gemma said: “We landed on the first night which was a Tuesday and my friend was spiked in one of the nightclubs.”A date rape drug was put in her drink. We brought her to hospital immediately after she complained about not feeling well.
“She couldn’t keep anything down and kept getting sick.”
Gemma says she’s confused and furious at the predatory actions of the men trying to ruin her holiday.
She added: “I don’t understand how people can be so vile as to try and ruin someone’s holiday like this.
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“Even here at home it can be so dangerous. Girls shouldn’t have to be this careful on nights out but sadly that’s what it has become.”
“Don’t ever be on your own. If my friends weren’t there this would have had a very different and scary outcome.
“It doesn’t even matter whether you’re in possession of your drink or not. Even if it’s in your hand, it needs to be fully covered when you’re not drinking it.”
Gemma says she’s ‘confused and furious’[/caption]
Luckily she was warned by a friend not to drink the spiked drink[/caption]
Gemma posted about the horrific incident on Facebook[/caption]
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