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Women and girls are " terrified" to go out due to " sinister" means being used to try to attack them, an MP has said.
She is calling for more to be done to protect People going to bars and clubs.
The Night Time Industry Association (NTIA) said venues were working with police and councils on " safeguarding customers, particularly women".
" I think we all know someone Who Knows someone who has had their drink spiked, " Ms McMorrin, the Cardiff North MP, told.
" But now this seems to be getting to a more sinister level where women and girls are At Risk of being injected with a noxious substance.
" And the really, really sinister thing is, we know That the intent is to do harm, is to rape.
A is being planned in some cities, including Cardiff, on 29 October.
Ms McMorrin said her eldest daughter, who is a University Student , told her she and friends were taking extra precautions as they were " scared to go out at night".How To help a friend who you think has been spiked
has some advice on what to do if you think a friend you're out with has been spiked:Stay with them and Keep Talking to themCall an ambulance if their condition deterioratesDon't let them Go Home on their ownDon't let them leave The Venue with someone you don't know or trustTry to prevent them drinking more alcohol as this could lead to more serious problemsEncourage them to get urine and blood tests within 72 hours
NTIA chief executive officer Michael Kill said venue operators had introduced measures in some regions including protecting drinks through barrier mechanisms, swab-testing drinks for contamination and searching People .