According to This Morning's crime survey, one in ten people admitted to having their drink spiked. So are we too careless on a night out?
Sue Hill and toxicologist Stephen Kayongo find out in our social experiment, plus we speak to a lady who's been left terrified after her drink was spiked with Rohypnol in a bar, and Chief Inspector Dave Spencer from Northamptonshire Police teaches us how to tell the difference between drink and drugs.
In our survey...
Hold on to your drink, do not leave it on a table, or the bar... if you drink from a bottle put your thumb across the top of it. If you're with your friends, look out for each other, be aware of people that are close to you.
– Chief Inspector Dave Spencer from Northamptonshire Police
1 in 5 believed that have had their drink spiked on a night out.
1 in 3 confessed they have left their drink unattended
Nearly half of the 2000 women surveyed worry about having their drink spiked
82% believe they've had their drink spiked DID NOT report it to the police
One third admitted they do not make a conscious effort to protect their drinks when they're out
Astonishingly, almost one in three females blame drunk women for being partly responsible for being sexually assaulted
1 in 6 say they've been the victim of a sexual assault