A secret makes a woman woman – sometimes, those secret can cost you a fortune, literally.
These beautiful women are called, Rolex Girls
Police have confirmed that the incident is actually a scam aiming at hundreds of rich men. Beautiful flirty women stealing Rolex watches from men they meet in nightclubs. A victim, Arvin Malhi revealed that he was sporting his new $28,000 Rolex at a bachelor party in Miami when 24-year-old Liliana Vanegas approached him.
“She said, ‘I don’t like boys, I like men’,”
He thought he had a connection with the woman. So, the man invited her to his oceanfront hotel suite. When they’re in his room, he took off his watch and put it on a nightstand.
He invited her to his hotel room
“But after that day, I’ve realised that she wasn’t interested in me, she was clearly interested in my watch,” he admitted bitterly.
He said Vanegas kept pushing him to drink and he let her do so. Then, as he started falling asleep, he allegedly saw her swipe his watch from the night table, then run off.
This is what his Rolex looks like
The man jolted awake, running after her. She was arrested a few miles away after he called cops with her license plate. However, his watch is nowhere to be found.
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.
“Every guy thinks they know better until a stunning girl gives them a compliment,” security expert Bill Stanton explained. 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, because he’s going to wake up minus his wallet, his cash and his watch.”
Rich man, be aware!