Police in Manchester have launched an investigation after three girls fell ill. city centre night club.
All three were taken to hospital early Saturday morning.
He is believed to have been in a boat at Dennis Gatelocks.
One girl, who asked not to be named, said. Manchester Evening News. She suspects her vodka Red Bull was filled with the historic rape drug GHB.
The 19-year-old said she began to get sick at about 1:11 a.m. Saturday morning and went outside to get some air before falling.
He said: “I had some drinks but I felt in control, but then I really started to feel dizzy.
“I asked my friend if we could go out for some air. When I was out, I started to feel like I couldn’t move.
“I said, ‘I think I’m going to faint. I think he thought I was drunk, but then I just fell to the floor.’
“I don’t remember much after that. Besides, I remember being on the floor. I heard my friend say, ‘I think she’s gotten faster.’ But I couldn’t move, and I Like I can’t breathe. I went. In the ambulance but I got sick.
“It felt like a dream because I was going out of consciousness.”
The girl said she was taken to Manchester Royal Infirmary where staff told her that four other people were in A&E that night showing similar symptoms.
He added: “I don’t know if they did blood tests, but they said they thought it was GHB and we all have the same symptoms.
“It was just awful how easy it could be. I feel lucky to be with my friend and not myself because anything could happen again.
“It was just awful.”
A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: “Police received a girl on Saturday, September 4, who had fallen ill at a nightclub in Dan Gatelocks.
The girl, who was a teenager, was taken to hospital but was later discharged.
Inquiries have since identified two more girls who fell ill at the nightclub and were taken to hospital.
“Investigations are ongoing. No arrests have been made.”
Phil Burke, a spokesman for the Manchester Pub and Club Network, said: “We are aware of a number of alleged drinking incidents in the city center.
“We urge visitors to the city center to be careful with their drinks and not to leave them unattended.”
A spokesman for Arc Manchester said: “We take every allegation of alcoholism very seriously and will assist the police in their investigation.
“We run a zero tolerance policy at our venue and will continue to work with all local authorities to ensure the safety and well-being of our customers.”
Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 0161 856 4409 or 101 or call the incident 579 04/09/21 or Crime Stoppers 0800 555 111.