Men warned about new "date-rape drug

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Police have warned all male clubbers, party-goers and unsuspecting pub regulars to be more alert and cautious when accepting drinks from females. The...

Police have warned all male clubbers, party-goers and unsuspecting pub regulars to be more alert and cautious when accepting drinks from females.

The latest date rape drug to be identified by the police is a substance in liquid-form known as "beer". This dangerous drug is now being used by female sexual predators at parties to convince male victims into having sexual relations with them.

Shockingly, "beer" is readily available virtually anywhere.

The tactics of these sexual predators comprise persuading a man to consume a few units of "beer" and then simply asking him home for no-strings-attached sex. Men are literally rendered helpless against such attacks.

After several "beers" men will often succumb to desires to perform sex acts on harridans whom they would never normally be attracted to. Men often awaken after being given "beer" with only hazy memories of exactly what has happened to them the night before, generally with just a vague feeling that something sinister had occurred.

At other times these unfortunate men might be stung for life in a familiar scam know as "a relationship" - apparently men fall victim to this scam particularly after "beer" has been administered and they have already fallen prey to the sexual advances of their attacker.

Police have advised all men to be wary of the dangers involved and to alert as many of their friends, neighbours and relatives as possible.

Should you fall victim to this insidious drug and the predatory women administering it, police advise that there are male support groups with venues in every town where you can discuss the details of your shocking encounter in an open and frank manner with a bunch of similarly-affected like-minded men.

For the nearest support group near you just look up 'Public House' in your local telephone directory.

While this article is clearly a lighthearted look at the affects of beer, we in no way wish to detract from the seriousness of the drug rape issue.

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