‘Sleepyhead’ Hookers A John’s Worst Nightmare
Three women were busted in January in the central Pacific town of Jacó after 15 men reported they had been drugged in a bar, taken to their hotel rooms and relieved of their cash, jewelry, cameras and computers.
Police said the women, nicknamed dormilonas, or “sleepyheads,” made off with about $80,000.
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