Rolex Presidential Watch
Via Daily Mail
For Las Vegas dancer and masseuse Christina Lafave, time was not on her side when she was accused of snatching a client’s $35, 000 Rolex. The bizarre incident took place in January when police say the 25-year-old woman met up for drinks with 66-year-old Kenneth Herold at B Bar in Wynn Las Vegas.
A few hours later, Mr Herold invited Lafave up to his suite after paying her $300 for a private massage.
A surveillance camera inside the hotel captured the pair as they headed upstairs on the night of January 15. Mr Herol’ds gold timepiece could be seen on his left wrist.
At around 3am, Herold called hotel security to his room to report a theft, the Las Vegas Review Journal reported.
The man accused his young masseuse of stealing his Rolex Presidential during their bodywork session, but Lafave vehemently denied it, claiming that Herold was simply angry with her because she refused to perform a sexual act on him without a condom.
Wynn security guards searched the room, but there was no sign on the costly watch.
When the masseuse made for the door, Wynn security called Las Vegas police. Mr Herold explained to investigators that during the massage, Lafave asked him to remove his wristwatch so she could rub his arms.
The 66-year-old client complied, placing the timepiece next to him. But a few minutes later, the Rolex vanished.