Drink spiking UK: 10 symptoms that mean your drink may have been spiked - and what it means
Drink spiking is when someone has added something, for example, alcohol or drugs, to your drink, without you knowing, which may affect the way you act or how you behave.
If your drink is spiked, the symptoms you will have will depend on the type and amount of drug or alcohol used, how much alcohol you have had to drink, if you are taking medication, and your body size and age.
Symptoms can develop within 5- 20 minutes and last for up to 12 hours, with the drugs used often making you feel sleepy, weak, and you may not be aware of what is going on around you or what is happening to you.
There have been widespread and worrying reports recently of spiking by injection, which led to the Girls Night In boycott of nightclubs by women across the UK.
But these are 10 signs your drink may have been spiked.