A YOUNG woman has issued a warning to partygoers after she reported being needle spiked in a city centre nightclub last night.

The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, posted on Facebook this morning: "Please be careful going out in Oxford. Been injected in Bridge and I know of similar in [another night club]. Always look around and be aware of who's behind you/in front of you."

Police officers were called at around 2.15am this morning to reports of a spiking incident.

Oxford Mail:

They said: "A woman reported to door staff a visible injury on her back and feeling unwell. The door staff then alerted police. The woman, in her 20s, was taken to the John Radcliffe hospital after feeling unwell, but has since been discharged.

"An investigation has been launched and our enquiries are ongoing. The incident happened at The Bridge nightclub in Oxford. Anyone with information should call 101 quoting reference 43210526426."

The incident is the latest in what appears to be a string of similar incidents acround Oxfordshire. 

At the start of October, an 18-year-old was on a night out on George Street when her drink was spiked. 

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She told the Oxford Mail she had two cocktails and left to walk to a nearby club when she suddenly felt unwell. 

She said: "I was not drunk at all, I was completely sober walking along the street. All of a sudden, I felt really odd like I was going to pass out, so I sat down and felt really strange." 

A month later police had another report of spiking, this time by injection. 

 Molly Hargreaves, 19, was allegedly spiked with a needle on a pub crawl in Abingdon and told the Oxford Mail the experience left her ‘scared’ to go out.

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Molly made the horrific realisation that she may have been injected when she started to feel unwell – and later noticed a bruise appear on her arm near a puncture mark.

The alleged incident happened while she was out with her friends and boyfriend celebrating Halloween.

During the night she visited: The Brewery Tap, on Ock Street; The Grapes, on High Street; The Kings Head and Bell, on St Helen Street and Crown and Thistle, on Bridge Street.

Police are investigating all three incidents.