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brodieman


brodieman

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Posted:Just a warning!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! a member of our number had her drink spiked at a club!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So everyone male and female stay aware of your drinks never leave them un ocupied ever!!!
tips to take note of!!!

1)If you accept a drink from a stranger make sure the bartender hands it directly to you.

2)Never leave your drink and then go back to it, with out some one you know very well.

3)if a guy (or girl) that you dont know brings you over a drink that you did not ask for, so no!

4)If at any point you feel disorientated, or think its possable you have had your drink spiked, get incontact with the club straight away, they should look after you, and also tell the securety so they can be more vigilent.

5)Same goes with if your looking after someone who has had their drink spiked.

6) Cigerettes can also be spiked

7) Dont hesitate to call the police they are scum and deserve to be locked up

Im sure you all know this but just want it fresh in your mind so it does not happen again.


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MiG
GOLD Member since Apr 2004

MiG

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Posted:*hides in corner*

Yeah, i really dont think thats going to go down too well.

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I've quite often gone out to pubs/clubs/etc as the designated driver for the night. Partially from being a student, and not having enough money to get drunk, partially because i can have just as much fun sober, and partially because, while not being an introvert, i dont feel quite right drinking heaps in the presence of lots of people, especially of the female variety. Now, before you all look at me weird, there is a reason behind that. Mainly its so that i dont go flirting with people only to be joined by their big, angry boyfiend who's knuckles want to make friends with my teeth.

Anyway offtopic

Although drinkspiking is becoming more prevalent with non-alcoholic drinks, the major spike target drinks still tend to be alcoholic. and you're less likely to notice it if you're mostly drunk already, i guess. Anyway, you can keep yourself safe by keeping a bottle of water in the car, and going out to drink from that when thirsty, and not drinking stuff inside.

Worked for me, so far.


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brodieman


brodieman

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Posted:Written by: Mr Majestik

drink spiking? free drugs! hoorah! ubbloco



i know the comment was made in jest, but i dont think the consept of a persons drink being spiked with the intention of rape is actually funney do you?

as i said the person is a member of our number, so please show some sensitivity to the subject frown


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Skulduggery
GOLD Member since Aug 2004

Skulduggery

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Posted:ditto There is nothing funny about drink spiking. It has ruined many peoples lives.



I don't know who the person is that you are refering to but if they read this I'd just like to send out some hug and kiss Don't let the assholes of this world ruin your life!


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Yell fire!
SILVER Member since May 2003

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Posted:This discussion just reminded me of an evening in Thailand a year back when my girlfriend started feeling really sick after just two drinks. I'd bought her first drink, then gone off to get cigarettes from our room, and a guy at the bar had bought her another drink, assuming she was alone I guess. Once he realized that I was with her he left. It never occurred to us until right now that her drink might have been spiked!

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DFZ
BRONZE Member since Apr 2004

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Posted:I had a Friend who went to schoolies down the gold coast. Anyway her drink got spiked and she only has two images of what happened that night. Although i don't talk to her much anymore it still haunts me everyday what they did. i can't imagine her feelings.

I will never understand why people can do that then laugh the next day like it was nothing. And why the laws here are too weak do charge them.


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Sir Nuggit


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Posted:My brother spiked my drink with Viagra once - I kid you not. I kept having random erections for two days after!

I was at work behind a bar notorious for it's clientele in short (SHORT) skirts and tight (TIGHT) tops. Needless to say, the Manager was sympathetic enough to keep letting me 'disappear' every now and then.

'Baby's arm holding an apple' springs to mind.

I've now got an addiction problem thanks to him, so I'm going through some 'hard times' ubbloco


Pull my pin out, roll me in to a room and see what happens ubbloco

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onewheeldave
GOLD Member since Aug 2002

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Posted:Nuggit- have you actually read the other posts in this thread?

Could you take a moment to reflect on what it would be liked to be drugged and raped, and then ask yourself if the inane rubbish you've just posted above is in any way appropriate on this thread.


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Sir Nuggit


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Posted:With all due respect OWD, I do totally appreciate the seriousness of spiking as I almost lost a friend to it on New Years Eve last year and have I myself have been admitted to hospital after my drink was spiked in a cheesy club in Ealing (I was also mugged as I crawled along the floor to the police station, just to cap it off).

Just because my original incident was slightly comical and I can laugh about it, it doesn't mean I don't sympathise with those who have been less fortunate (or worse) but I'm not about to go on a march or protest to stop something that is totally out of our control.

Drugs are bad mmmmkay.



Pull my pin out, roll me in to a room and see what happens ubbloco

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onewheeldave
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Posted:I was only asking a question- if you do think that it's an appropriate post under the circumstances, then that's up to you.

I just want you to be aware that many people will consider it somewhat offensive.


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But you can make the Bastard work for it."

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Sir Nuggit


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Posted:Noted fella, hopefully no one will take offence to my light-hearted look on my own experience(s), but if they do then they are welcome to PM me, complain to a Mod or play knock down ginger on my front door.

Pull my pin out, roll me in to a room and see what happens ubbloco

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Eera
BRONZE Member since May 2003

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Posted:It's kind of funny (and not in a good way) as to how some people don't respect your own intentions as to alcohol; more then once I've had people put a couple of shots of vodka into my glass because they know I don't drink and they find it amusing. Ultimately I'm to one driving them home and that behaviour is putting us all at risk.

Not nice.


There is a slight possibility that I am not actually right all of the time.

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