Three women are accused of stealing two Rolex watches from a pair of male tourists by hiding the timepieces in two of the suspects’ sex organs.
After some conversation, the group returned to a hotel room that the man was sharing with his friend. The group was soon joined by another suspect, Trinity Kennard. The man’s friend arrived a short time later, according to the Las Vegas Sun.
The victims and suspects then started to have sex, according to the police report. Sometime during the sex, the victims were persuaded to remove their Rolex watches, one valued at $12,000 and the other worth around $4,000.
A short time later, the victims realized their watches were missing.
One of the men chased the suspects down the hall, but backed off when Triggs activated a stun gun near the elevator.
According to the police report, surveillance video shows two of the women hiking up their dresses inside the elevator and inserting foreign objects into their vaginal areas.
Meanwhile, the victims notified security and the women were arrested by Las Vegas Police at the taxi pick-up area of the Encore.
While the women were detained at the hotel, officers recovered a stun gun and one of the watches. Kennard later produced a watch from her sex organ during a strip search at Clark County Detention Center, KPTV TV reports.
The three women were booked on counts of burglary, conspiracy to commit grand larceny and conspiracy to commit robbery, according to.
They are due in court Sept. 3.
Trinity Kennard seems surprised to be behind bars, according to a jailhouse interview she gave to KNTV.
“I thought when stuff like this happens it’s just like a personal thing. I didn’t think police would get involved and I could go to jail,” she said.
This is actually the second vagina smuggling case reported in Las Vegas this year.
In January, Las Vegas masseuse Christina Lafave was accused of snatching a customer’s $35,000 Rolex at the Wynn Las Vegas and concealing it in her vagina.