Woman ‘drugged and robbed’ men she made suck on her sedative-laced nipples

A woman has been arrested after allegedly drugging and robbing men using her drug-laced breasts.

Lydia Nakayizi Asiimwe, also known as Hope Kalungi, is accused of smearing sedatives on her chest and seducing men, before stealing their belongings after they suck on her nipples and pass out.

She was arrested by police in Uganda after officers reviewed CCTV footage from bars in the Kawempe neighbourhood of Kampala, Uganda's capital city.

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Complaints against her also allege she spiked men's drinks, and some came from high ranking personnel in the army.

In August, a Lieutenant reported to Kawempe police station that he had been robbed by the woman while they were in his car.

According to Uganda outlet Disp atch, the female officer on duty couldn't contain her laughter.

She reportedly said: “So, you have also fallen victim to her spiking breasts? I knew you would tell me funny stories yet I know the woman you are talking about.

"You are not the first to be robbed by this woman. But what’s unique about her breasts, why are you men falling into her tricks?"

Asiimwe's arrest came after a two-month manhunt was launched.

Police spokesperson Fred Enanga said it was her latest victim that led to her capture.

He said: "This victim told us that this suspect drugged him and then carried him into her car up to the lodge where she stripped and robbed him.

"He claims his three million Shillings was stolen, ATM card pin codes were cracked and they withdrew 10 million Shillings."

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Security sources claimed she pretended to be an "easy catch" for men, luring them away from bars or dragging them into vehicles when drugged.

"The problem is that men who fall victim to her tricks do not want to reveal the truth and often come up with funny stories that do not add up," a source said.

"But we know these women’s tricks because we have investigated cases of spiked drinks and dousing."

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