A sad incident was reported last night concerning a Nairobi man who lost everything in the hands of twilight girl and up to now, he is trying to remember if at all the things happening are real or people are playing pranks on him. According to 'The Star,' this middle-aged man went to the pub to drink alcohol just as a way of way kicking off the weekend. He met three ladies who were willing to join him but he decided to take the pretty one. They actually drunk for some hours and it reached a point where they were tired. The girl asked this man to book a room where they would spend the rest of the night as they make merry and the guy immediately proceeded to make payments. It has been reported the lady spiked the man's drink and he immediately slept deeply. The lady managed to steal valuables like his phone and money leaving the poor man in deep sleep. The guy woke up in a devastating state and he is currently in Kenyatta hospital getting medication.
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