She went home with a man, gave him a massage and left with a ton of cash — he wasn’t the only one NBC 6/screenshot
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A 21-year-old woman was arrested in Miami over the weekend after a man who had been victimized by her spotted her outside of a bumping club at 3 a.m. and notified the police.

Yomna Fouad, NBC 6 reports, has been on a drug-and-rob-men streak from Florida to North Carolina to New Jersey and to New York, in some cases stealing watches valued at $87,000 from unsuspecting victims.

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Fouad, who faces grand theft charges, saw her operation fall apart when one of the guys she targeted saw her outside the club.


The 31-year-old man said he recognized the tattoos on her hand.

“When I saw her with tattoos on her hand that’s when I knew automatically that it was her,” he said. “I was waiting outside to go inside the club and she was going out the club. I walked up to her and I was like ‘wait a minute, this can’t be what I’m seeing.’ She looked at me and said ‘I don’t know you’ and she tried to run away.”

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Fouad didn’t get away this time.

This guy said she asked him to take her home, that the two had some drinks and that Fouad gave him a massage. That’s the last thing he remembered.

“We had a couple of drinks, we went upstairs, she started giving me a massage. The next thing I knew I woke up in the morning, she was gone,” he said. Stuff valuing up to $32,000 was also gone.

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He said he couldn’t believe someone with such an “innocent face” pulled this off.


“She has an innocent face, I was not expecting that from her,” he said. “Something like this definitely caught me off guard.”


The missing Rolex, cash and clothes told a different story.

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But as bad as this man had it, someone else had it even worse.

NBC 6 reports that she might be behind another Miami theft of an $87,000 watch.

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