Islamabad: Charming women and other surprises
ISLAMABAD: Three women arrested for looting men falling for their charms ended up in Adiala Jail on Wednesday on 14–day judicial remand, Ramna police said. What made the racket an eye-opener was the revelation that the accused included the wife and a daughter of an Assistant Sub–Inspector of Rawalpindi’s Civil Lines police station who was not named. His 37–year–old wife was identified by her initials S.B. and his daughter as M.B., 21. The third woman T.S. was stated to be 32. S.B. is said to be the daughter of a retired district court judge of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. They told police interrogators that they hunted their victims among single men driving luxury cars by playing high class call girls in posh areas and up-class markets of Islamabad. They would entice them by seeking lift.
Once inside, they played their charms on the driver. They would lead the hooked driver to some fruit juice joint but insist on having it inside the car, while driving to a nice, cozy, deserted place.
Soon after reaching such a place, the charmed man would doze off from the affect of the intoxicant they had laced his drink with.
The pleasure trip ended with the alert women making off with whatever they could find in his pockets – money, mobile phone, credit cards etc.
To their misfortune, a credit card and a mobile phone number proved their undoing.
Ramna police said that the mobile phone number one of them gave to their victim F.H., and his credit card that they used for shopping, led to their arrest.
F.H. was found lying unconscious in his car by a roadside in G-11 Markaz on August 1. On regaining consciousness in a hospital the next day, he narrated his story and loss to the Ramna police.
Investigators found that the charming women shopped on his credit card in Rawalpindi to a total of Rs75,000.
It was however the cell phone number that they shared with F.H. that led to their arrest — and, hopefully, an end to their mischievous ways.