Two female students at the University of Nottingham have told British media this week they believed they were injected with unknown substances while on nights out. Photo: Shutterstock
Two female students at the University of Nottingham have told British media this week they believed they were injected with unknown substances while on nights out. Photo: Shutterstock

‘UK nightclub needle attacks’ lead to three arrests

  • A number of young women and men have come forward, saying they believe they were injected with drug-filled hypodermic needles at clubs and bars
  • Police in Nottinghamshire say they made two arrests as part of an ongoing investigation into ‘spiking’ incidents in the city

Topic |   Sexual harassment and assault
Two female students at the University of Nottingham have told British media this week they believed they were injected with unknown substances while on nights out. Photo: Shutterstock
Two female students at the University of Nottingham have told British media this week they believed they were injected with unknown substances while on nights out. Photo: Shutterstock
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