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Two Women Accused of Hiding Stolen Cash, Rolex in Their Vaginas!

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S J - January 8, 2022

Two women were arrested last week after allegedly stealing $6,500 and a Rolex and then hiding the stolen goods their genitals.

According to Las Vegas police, the two women met the victim at a casino.  They then went to his room and stole the goods while the victim took a bath.

From FOX 5 Vegas:

Nikki Grandel and Staycee Johnson each face a charge of grand larceny and were arrested Jan. 2.

According to Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, Grandel and Johnson met the victim on the Caesars Palace casino floor. The three decided to go up to the victim's hotel room, an arrest report said.

The victim took a bath, leaving $6,500 in cash rolled up in a rubber band and a Rolex watch inside a duffle bag in the room with the two women, the report said. The victim said he couldn't find the items a short time later.

Police did a body search of Johnson and found the money "bulging in her pants," the report said. Johnson initially told police she had placed the money in her vagina, but it had fallen out, according to the report.

Grandel denied taking any items from the room, according to police. Upon her booking into Clark County Detention Center, officers conducted an X-ray on Grandel and found a Rolex watch inside her vagina.

There's nothing worse than a guy who  takes a bath, am I right?  These women should have been allowed to keep the stolen goods for that reason alone.

Add the fact that they used their vaginas to hide the stolen goods and there isn't a jury in the world that should convict them.  I'm a big free the vagina thieves guy.

 

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