At least two women have claimed their drinks were spiked at a popular Cambridge nightclub.
Cambridgeshire police confirmed they have received two separate “suspicious” reports from drinkers at the Fez Club in the last three weeks.
A force spokesman said: “We have been contacted about two incidents at Fez nightclub in Market Passage in the last few weeks where victims believed their drink had been spiked.
“The first incident occurred on 19 January and the second on 16 February. Neither victims believed any further offences occurred after the incidents.
“Irrespective of what venue you attend, we would encourage people not to leave drinks unattended and advise against accepting them from strangers.”
According to the Varsity student newspaper, both allegations have come from students, who have been warned to stay “on guard” by university staff.
The paper reports a porter at King’s College sent a warning email to students, which referred to a third suspected incident.
It said: “The common link is the Fez club. The police have been advised.
“Although the apparent link is the Fez, I would feel confident in believing that given three incidents in three weeks, the people doing this will be acting in other licensed premises…so please don’t drop your guard.”
Fez Club has been contacted for comment.
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