| 11 Nov 2014 | 02:15

    A New Jersey woman was assaulted on Dec. 2 by two men driving a limousine. The 26-year-old Ridgewood, N.J. resident told police she was waiting for a taxi cab outside of Dorrian"s Red Hand Pub, at 1616 Second Ave. and East 84th Street, at 12:45 a.m. when a black limousine pulled up and offered her a ride home. The victim looked inside but did not see anybody in the back. When she got in, however, there was a man in the back of the limousine. He offered her alcohol, which she turned down. She asked for water. After drinking the water, she felt drugged and dizzy, according to cops. The victim asked to get out when she realized the driver was not taking her to New Jersey. Police said that"s when the man in the limousine advanced and grabbed her. The victim bit his right hand and then the attacker opened the door to push her out. The victim left behind a $250 Burberry scarf, two iPods and her credit cards.