Time check was 8:57am.
A Fortuner brand car was parked along Acacia Avenue near Big Mic bar.
None had noticed an unconscious man inside the vehicle.
It was not until a police patrol truck appeared at the scene that many realised that something had gone wrong.
Police managed to open the car in which city lawyer Paul Kalemera had passed out.
Several people gathered at the scene to have a glimpse of the man who was naked.
Cops lifted Kalemera from the car to the police truck for First Aid.
Detectives who searched the car said they found two packets of condoms and an empty wallet.
“The man was naked in the car and sleeping,” recounted an eyewitness.
“But the guards saw a woman leaving the vehicle with a handbag.”
It remains unclear how the lady accessed Kalemera’s car.
What is known is that on regaining his senses, Kalemera’s phones, money and other personal items were missing.
Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Emillian Kayima said he was yet to receive a brief on the matter.
But the family decided to send ChimpReports a note, saying “the incident occurred last week at a bar in Kampala.”
The note further said Kalemera was “drugged by two ladies and whoever their accomplices were, then driven to a spot nearby where they stole everything he had.”
The family stated that the ladies “left him locked in the car having stripped him of his clothes, and then spread the unused condoms around (for obvious reasons).”
The police recovered him, according to the family, “took down all evidence and then took him to the hospital for medical attention. He has since been discharged.”