A nurse was hospitalised and had her phone stolen after she was apparently spiked and knocked unconscious at a New Year’s Eve party.
Hannah Parry believes she was drugged while seeing in 2019 with friends at The Beach nightclub in Birkenhead.
The 22-year-old said she had around five drinks over the course of the night, but when she went out to the smoking area she lost control of her legs and blacked out.
Nurse Hannah Parry believes she was drugged at a New Year’s party in Birkenhead, Wirral
The 22-year-old’s phone went missing and she was taken to hospital after going unconscious and blacking out
Ms Parry, from Bebington, Wirral, doesn’t remember anything after that point and woke up in a hospital bed the following day.
She told the Liverpool Echo: ‘I had two glasses of Prosecco and orange before I went out and I got to the bar around 11.30pm before the countdown.
‘Me and my friends saw the New Year in and then I had a two more drinks over the next hour, as I spoke to people I knew around the venue.
‘I went out to the smoking area and my legs just wouldn’t work – I’ve been drunk before, but this was a completely different sensation.
She’d been celebrating at The Beach nightclub in Birkenhead with friends when she suddenly lost control of her legs
She said she physically ‘couldn’t move her legs’ from that point on and it felt like she was ‘trapped in a black hole’.
After losing control of her body, the nurse was taken outside the bar and lay unconscious on the ground while an ambulance was called.
She remembers a man helping her into the ambulance and telling her another girl took her rose gold iPhone 8 to call Ms Parry’s mother for her.
The devastated nurse said the ordeal has made her never want to go out partying again
But the nurse claims she doesn’t know the girl, who was said to be brunette and in her 20s.
Ms Parry, a nurse at Arrowe Park Hospital has cast doubt over whether the man who helped her was telling the truth.
She said the ordeal has made her never want to go out again.
A spokesperson for The Beach said: ‘We haven’t been made aware of any incidents of this nature at or outside the club on New Year’s Eve.’