How this date rape wristband can tell if your drink has been spiked – BBC News

A wristband that lets wearers check if their drink has been spiked with a date rape drug has gone on sale on Germany.
And its creator, Kim Eisenmann says she wants to bring it to the UK as well.
She invented the Xantus Drinkcheck Band after someone she knew was drugged and assaulted.
Last summer 25-year-old Kim went to a festival with friends. The day after, she was told a girl, who was part of her social circle, was found naked and hurt in a city park.
Police said she’d been the victim of a date rape drug.

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