Lucie, a college lecturer, was unable to find some of her clothes removed during the alleged attack. The Scottish tourists separately found their way back to the villa and raised the alarm, Daily Record reports.
The couple are trying to find out the results of the toxicology test, which will confirm if they had been spiked or not. Lucie and Scott travelled with their boys, aged 5 and 7, and Scott’s mum to the resort.
The group, from Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, booked a property at Villa Los Olivos – just outside Benidorm – from June 13 to 20. Lucie, 29, says she and Scott went for the night out and were joined by two English women at the Western Saloon.
She said: “They had the same drinks as us – a clear spirit and a pint. At one point she joked about hiding Scott’s drink. “My last memory is about 11pm. I remember quite clearly speaking to another group of English girls who were on a birthday trip.
“The next thing I remember is climbing over walls north of Benidorm in the general vicinity of where we were staying.“I managed to find our villa and my mother-in-law answered the door. It was about 3am and I was wearing only my underwear.”
“The evening at the bar was fine – and then our recollection is blank.”The couple were interviewed for hours by police, who initially suspected them of fraud.Lucie is now waiting for information from Spanish authorities and the British consulate on what happens next.
Lucie added: “Our experience has been utterly horrendous. I want people to be aware, to keep an eye on drinks and to be warned about what can happen.”