Date rape drugs are substances that are used to intoxicate or incapacitate the consumer. Prevents himself from defending himself in case of sexual assault, rape, or molestation. Alcohol, sharp objects, needles are some of the most common methods of this. Several women going to parties have claimed on social media that they were drugged by strangers or new acquaintances.

Date rape drugs being given to women in nightclubs

Reports from several cities in the United Kingdom indicate that women are allegedly being targeted with date rape drugs in nightclubs and pubs. Women from places like Nottingham and Edinburgh have signed petitions sharing such experiences on social media. There is also a demand for protection kits and equipment to detect and prevent date rape drug attacks.

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The case of 19-year-old college-goer Zara Owen

The case of Zara Owen, a 19-year-old college-goer in Nottingham, was in the news last week. According to Nottinghamshire Live, Zara told that on October 11 she went to the club with friends. She went out alone at one point in the night. During this, he was pricked by something, which was completely incomprehensible. It was only after this that he started getting intoxicated.

famous Bollywood film director Ramesh sippy said in drugs case

Famous Bollywood film director Ramesh Sippy has presented a clarification on the ‘Bollywood drug connection’ exposed through the Sushant case. Issuing a statement, he has denied the allegations being leveled against Bollywood.

Sippy said that it is being shown in the media as if Bollywood is a frightening world where drugs, sex, alcohol are spread. But it is not like that at all. Some people must be intoxicated, but it is absolutely wrong to say this about everyone. He said that people want to know more and more about Bollywood stars, due to which the media is exaggerating the issue, but this is not right.