If you're headed to Dallas in the next few weeks, keep your drink free of roofies, ok?
Flirty Women Victimize Well - Dressed Men
Filed at 4:15 p.m. ET
DALLAS (AP) -- Well-dressed men at posh Dallas hotels and bars are being targeted by a ring of flirtatious women who may be drugging them before swiping their watches and other expensive items, police said.
One man was hurt after possibly being beaten with a high-heeled shoe, police said. Another lost his wallet while in his car with his pants around his ankles.
About a half-dozen men have reported falling victim to the scheme, Dallas police detective Mark Jenkins said. Many were business travelers, and Jenkins suspects there are others too embarrassed to file police reports.
''I don't know if so much it's that the men are being attracted to them, as that (the suspects) are more or less forcing themselves on the men,'' Jenkins said.
The stylish W hotel in downtown Dallas is among the places where the alleged thefts began. Authorities said the women knew that were looking for; several of the victims wore Rolex watches.
The women have histories as prostitutes, Jenkins said.
In one case, police said a 37-year-old Tampa, Fla., executive lost his iPod, laptop and $4,000 watch after accepting a beer from one of the women.
The women may be slipping drugs into the drinks of their victims, police said.