Police in Las Vegas, USA say three women entices hotel guests, got them drunk, and attempted to make away with the men’s thousand dollar Rolexes by inserting them into their privates
According to police documents, the victims of the crime were Indian tourists at the crew spotted their victims at the Encore Hotel-Casino at about 3.30 am on August 17, 2014.
The women identified as Trinity Kennard, 23; Bryanna Warren, 23; and Charmella Triggs (pictured above f:l – r), were said to have followed their alleged victim into his hotels room, after which, a male friend of the tourist joined them in the room, according to the Las Vegas Sun.
The ladies where were only Warren and Triggs at the time, invited Kennard into the hotel room. While, performed sex acts on the tourists, prompting them to remove their Rolex watches, the gang took the watches.
One of the Rolex watches is valued at $12,000, and the other is $4,000.
Police say one of the tourists noticed his watch was missing during the group sex session and became agitated, it was then the women fled the room, running towards an elevator while one of the men chased them down the hotel corridor.
Police say one of the women pulled a stun gun and threatened the victim who was in pursuit, and they escaped down the elevator.
Security cameras captured the women lifting their dresses and inserting the watches into their vaginas.
But, their victims had already called hotel security so, they were arrested at the taxi pick-up area. A stun gun and one of the watches was recovered from the women who were detained at the hotel security before being handed over to the police.
The last watch was recovered from Kennard who was fidgeting at the police station, when she was transferred to a Clark County Detention Center and a strip search was conducted on her.
The three women were booked on counts of burglary, conspiracy to commit grand larceny and conspiracy to commit robbery, Las Vegas Sun reports.
Kennard seems surprised that she was in jail for the alleged theft, in an interview she granted to KNTV from jail.
“I thought when stuff like this happens it’s just like a personal thing. I didn’t think police would get involved and I could go to jail,” she said.