The two men, a councilor and an accountant, were stationed at the Moroccan embassy in Colombia. They were drugged, before being robbed, during a meeting in a restaurant.
Two Moroccan diplomats seconded to Colombia have been suspended from their duties by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs after being drugged and robbed by young women they met on Tinder, Agence France-Presse (AFP) learned Friday from a Moroccan diplomatic source. Rabat.
The two members of the Moroccan embassy – a councilor and an accountant – were recalled to Rabat where they presented themselves before a disciplinary council for harming the image of the ministry, the same source said.
An open investigation with possible legal proceedings
They are likely to be removed from office permanently. An investigation was also opened to decide on possible legal proceedings against them.
A local television station in Bogota, City TV, citing a police chief, reported Thursday that Moroccan diplomats had been deprived of cell phones and a tablet after being drugged by two young women. Contacted about an appointment request, they had given them an appointment in a restaurant in the capital.