Un Paraíso IrreZIHstible

by mosesk @, Ojai, CA, USA, Thursday, May 05, 2022, 11:16 (18 days ago) @ ZihuaRob

I've been on a hiatus from the board for awhile but let me take this opportunity to bounce off Rob's "A lot of beer is going to get gulped!" and offer a bit of a caution based on an incident that happened to me not quite 3 weeks ago.
I'm going to shortcut ALL the details at the time so let me just say I was drugged by having someone drop a "date rape" drug, most likely Rohypnol, and yeah I know the obvious reaction is "who would want to date rape YOU."
But my current mission is to remind all of you to keep a close eye on your beer and for that matter any other drinks or anything that might be 'doctored'.
Let's leave it at that and when I've amassed ALL the evidence, the details, the hypotheses, I am likely to tell the full tale.


Welcome back!

This is most disturbing news indeed. Doctored drinks or "mickeys" was a problem a few years ago in Cancún, as some of you may remember. I hope you had a blood analysis confirming the incident and that you filed a report with the Fiscalía Especial para Atención al Turista even though I know they are less than helpful. Here we have an old saying "papelito habla", essentially meaning that without a paper trail nothing can be done. So even if local officials don't do their job, a case number or FOLIO can be used to call attention higher up the food chain. This problem needs to be nipped in the bud, and your details will help bring proper attention and hopefully get desired results.

Sorry to hear this happened to you. Glad you're okay.

Yes I’m ok
And one of the crazy things
Nothing was taken
Although my phone was taken and returned the next day
And just so you know I am not making this up some of it is on video.
I did report it to the Tourist Police in Ixtapa the following day.
However I was unable to make much sense since I was still ‘ under the influence’ so they advised me to come back the following day which I did and I believe a case number was generated.
I declined to be taken to hospital, clinic or doctor when I awoke the following morning after approximately 12 hours of being unconscious because physically I felt fine. In retrospect I probably should have for 2 reasons:
1. rule out alcohol was involved
2. possibly do a blood assay to see if Rohypnol was detected.
I wonder if Dr. Timmac has a comment.
As you can see I can’t help but tell the tale
But I don’t want to give many public details because unlike you with your fearless approach to confront abuses, I’m trying not to step on toes that could backfire.
And thank you for your concern and Forum to lay it out

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