How did that end up in there?
An Australian tourist, Brenton Price, was getting hot and heavy with a local woman, 25-year-old Shacarye Tims when she asked him to take off his watch, as it was scratching her. Not wanting to disappoint the random girl Brenton Price was trying to have sex with on his vacation, he complied and put his watch on the nightstand.
Around 10 minutes later, Brenton Price claims that he noticed his watch was missing. Shacarye Tims insisted that it must have fallen behind the nightstand, and continued to give the tourist a massage. Price decided it was in his best interest to ignore his date, and try to look for his $25,000 watch.
Amazingly, it had not fallen behind the nightstand.
Side note: Who the hell drops $25,000 on a wristwatch?
As Price looked, his date decided it was time to make a run for it.
Price caught up to her in the hotel lobby, and witnesses say that Tims repeatedly smacked Price in the face “causing him to suffer swelling and bruising.”
When asked to present the watch by police, a female cop recalled to prosecutors saying she saw Tims take the watch “out of her vaginal cavity and hand it to me”
Tims lawyer, David B. Epstein said that he client was ‘bullied’ by the cops when they asked her to retrieve the object “from the most intimate part of her body.”
Well, if she didn’t want the police to ask her to take inanimate objects out of her vagina, she should have thought about that before she tried to hide stolen goods in her vagina.
Tims has been charged with robbery and grand larceny.