British tourist robbed by two Thai women he hoped to have sex with
A 61-year-old British tourist took two Thai women to his hotel room in Chiang Mai hoping to have sex with them but he became unconscious after kissing them. When he woke up in the afternoon, he found that all his valuables were gone.
The tourists, Brian Amperson, filed a complaint with the Mueang Chiang Mai police station at 4:30 pm Friday.
He said he visited a bar on Loykroh Road Thursday night. When he was about to return to his D2 Hotel on Thapae Road, he was approached by two Thai women, who appeared to be about 30 years old.
Amperson said the women offered to accompany him back to his room. He said when he reached his room, he kissed the women and became unconscious and woke up in the afternoon.
He said his US$200 cash, a platinum wedding ring and a credit card were stolen.
Police checked the bars on the Loykroh Road but no one knew about the two women. Police said the two women might rub strong sedative over certain parts of their body and when the tourist, who was already drunk, kissed and got the sedative, he became unconscious.
Police had the Briton receive a blood test to find out whether he had been drugged.
Police are now using pictures of the two women from security cameras of the hotel to try to locate them.
Several cases of foreign tourists being drugged and robbed have been reported. For example, a 45-year-old Turkish tourist was drugged and robbed after he agreed to buy sex from a Thai woman in Pattaya in March.