A Florida woman stole a handful of luxury watches and hid them in her vagina, according to The Smoking Gun. Delajurea Brookens, 29, is charged with grabbing five Rolexes from a man she was partying with at a Miami Beach nightclub on Jan. 8.
Once the pair made their way from the club to the Clarion Suites hotel, the man excused himself to use the bathroom.
That’s when Brooks allegedly came across the timepieces, valued at $108,000, hidden in a Crown Royal Whiskey bag.
Miami Springs Police reportedly said Brookens stuffed the watches into her body cavity and fled the hotel. The Orlando businessman who owned the watches gave chase only to have Brookens clock him in the head as he tried to stop her from hailing a taxi, according to the report.
Officers were able to retrieve one of the watches at the scene of the crime, but were unable to locate the other four, which were later recovered by county jail authorities.
“Four Rolex watches which were found in Delajurea Brookens’ vaginal cavity,” the report said.
In addition to being busted for stealing watches, Brookens was reportedly booked for cocaine possession and smuggling contraband into a correctional facility.
Brookens, who has the word “whore” tattooed onto her arm, had previously been busted for prostitution, according to cops.
A Florida woman snatches handful of Rolex watches in a Miami hotel room,
A Florida woman snatches handful of Rolex watches in a Miami hotel room, (Leon Neal / Getty Images)
This isn’t the first time a thief has been charged with snatching a Rolex and hiding it in a private place.
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In May, a 27-year-old woman was busted for stealing a $30,000 Rolex Daytona watch from a man she’d met at a Chelsea Club and stashing it in her underpants.
In Oct. 2014, a 25-year-old woman was picked-up by police for stealing a $25,000 watch from an Australian man she allegedly hooked-up with in a Chelsea hotel.
Also in 2014, a Las Vegas masseuse was busted for nabbing a $35,000 Rolex from a client and concealing it in her vagina. She had to have the time piece removed by doctors.