A New Zealand man who brought a woman he met in a shopping mall back to his hotel for an afternoon romp woke up with a headache and without his belongings.
Geoffrey Robert King, 55, was treated at Banglamung Hospital after apparently being drugged by 47-year-old Raksanit Saraphark in his hotel room around 3 p.m. Sept. 30.
King said he met Raksanit while strolling through a shopping mall and invited her back to his room for a short-time liaison. But only moments after entering the room, he began feeling groggy after drinking a beer he said she gave him.
Hotel staff copied Raksanit Saraphark’s identification card, and police plan to apprehend her soon.
The import-export businessman, who said he often visits Pattaya, woke up several hours later missing NZ $2,500, an NZ $960 coat, credit card, plane tickets, 1,300 baht and his hotel key.
Hotel staff had copied the woman’s identification card and she was captured on security-camera footage. Police hope to use both to apprehend her.