Tuesday, December 06, 2022

Spanish women condemned for being punctured in bowling alleys

The whole of Spain is cautious against a fashion that involves puncturing women in the bowling alleys. It was condemned months ago in France and is now spreading to other regions of the European continent.

In the past hours, many Spanish women who were victims of these incidents reported their grievances in the communities after Cantabria, Andalusia, Basque Country and Catalonia,

Where most were registered, they were in Catalonia, where they investigated a total of 23 cases, mostly distributed in Lloret de Mar and Barcelona.

In return, in the Basque Country, the police received 12 complaints in the past 15 days. To these have been added several others that appeared on the social network.

They are mysterious attacks that do not leave any toxic traces, nor are they the first step in other crimes., They usually do it on young women, who feel a prick in their arms or legs while having fun at night at a bowling alley. After a while they start feeling dizzy and sleepy.

The local administration is concerned about the seriousness of the incident. At the moment they have not been able to identify what is the intention of pricking the women. Thus, all hypotheses or lines of research are open.

These chemical submission attempts are usually related to Burundanga, GHB and flunitrazepam, but they represent only 3% of the reported cases. The most important substance is alcohol.

where the punctures began

These unnecessary attacks began in the UK during 2021. A short time later they were repeated in France. There was a situation of alert regarding the increasing number of cases.

In July this year, the Spanish territory got formalized. Local authorities closely monitor complaints and put in place a vigilant monitoring mechanism so that social commotion does not occur.

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