Gentlemen, you may want to leave your Rolexes at home.
Over the past two years, police in South Florida have nabbed dozens of femme fatales who cruise high-class nightclubs looking for intoxicated rich guys and robbing them.
Their modus operandi: Identify the wealthy victims by their jewelry, most often expensive watches, help them get sloshed, take them back to their hotel rooms, and walk off with their money, rings, watches and wallets.
This week, police in Hollywood, on Florida’s East Coast, arrested a woman, alleging she stole more than $40,000 from a man sleeping in a hotel room, according to the Associated Press. The loot: A $20,000 Presidential Rolex, a gold bracelet worth $5,000, a diamond ring (w-carats) worth $15,000 and a wallet with $200 in cash.
STRANGE FACT: Afraid of being in a bank during a robbery? Avoid Friday’s between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.