It's Hard To Imagine A First Date Going Any Worse Than This. ...

It's Hard To Imagine A First Date Going Any Worse Than This. ...

June 19, 2013 Updated Jun 19, 2013 at 5:31 PM EDT

It's hard to imagine a first date going any worse than this. ...

Authorities said a 34-year-old Florida man was beaten, robbed, stripped naked and left on the side of the road last Friday after being picked up by a woman for what was supposed to be a first date, according to a news release from the Flagler County Sheriff's Office.

Read a report from the Daytona Beach News-Journal about this story by clicking HERE.

According to the news release:

The victim told deputies that a woman he met two weeks prior had picked him up in Daytona Beach Friday night to go on their first date. The victim said the woman had two other men in her car when she picked him up. The woman told the victim one of the men was her brother and that she had to drop him off at his house after which she would take the victim to dinner.

The woman drove around for several minutes eventually ending up on a small side road. The woman then backed the vehicle down a small side road into an empty cow pasture.

The victim told deputies he got out of the vehicle and was then hit in the face with a hard metal object and fell to the ground. One of the males then told the victim to give him all his money and clothes. The victim asked the man if he was serious. The man then pointed a handgun at him. The victim then emptied his pockets, took off all of his clothing, and turned everything over to the man. The woman and two men then fled leaving the victim standing naked on the side of the road.

Deputies found the victim bloodied and naked walking along a road. The victim was taken to a hospital where he was treated for several minor injuries.

Read the entire news release from the Flagler County  Sheriff's Office HERE.

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