I’m almost positive I’ve seen at least one episode of “CSI: Miami” that goes exactly as follows: A few women team up to seduce some unsuspecting men in sleazy clubs. The men are incapacitated in some way and then robbed. Oddly enough, this is actually happening in real life.
That is, of course, if you consider what goes on in southern Florida to be real life.
The four women involved in the robbery ring have been identified as Subhanna Beyah, Johnnina Miller, Keshia Clark, and Ryan Elkins, who range in age from 23 to 27. Together they have stolen about a half a million dollars in valuables and cash from men they’ve met in clubs.
The evenings begin with the temptresses heading out on the town in Fort Lauderdale. Either working alone or in pairs, they seduce men into taking them home. Once they’re alone the man is fixed a drugged cocktail, which promptly knocks him out, leaving the women to pilfer whatever they please. They usually take cash and credit or debit cards, but men have also reported hundreds of thousands of dollars in watches, jewelry, guns, and electronics stolen. The men wake up with all of their valuables gone and literally the worst hangover ever.
Steven Kesto, a victim of their seduction scheme, reported “[W]hen I woke up the next day, I thought I was going to die. Do whatever it takes to get the word out there so they don’t do this to anyone else.”
These ladies are still at large. So if you’re in Fort Lauderdale, maybe take a few nights off, gents.
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