Tourists at risk of drink spiking in Wan Chai

Posted by Ed 13 mths ago
He awoke in the lobby of One Island East in Tai Koo, foggy and disorientated. It was 6am, and he had no recollection of how he got there.

The British businessman was surrounded by police, later finding himself accused of assaulting a taxi driver and causing HK$6.7 million worth of property damage by flooding two floors, according to initial estimates.

It was meant to be a routine work trip last September – one night in Hong Kong before heading to Guangzhou for a meeting the next day. But reclining on a bench in the glittering high-rise, facing arrest, the businessman in his early 40s was at a loss.

The past six hours were a blank. His last memory was drinking with a colleague after a long haul flight a few hours prior.

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