BOSTON (CBS) – A woman allegedly used a pink stun gun to rob a man at a Boston hotel during what police called a “dating app disaster.”

Boston Police responded to Hyatt Regency on Avenue de Lafayette just before noon on Tuesday. The victim told officers he met a woman from a dating app in the lobby and they made their way up to his room.

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After talking for about 30 minutes, the woman allegedly pulled out a pink taser and held it to him while she rummaged through his pockets. Boston Police said the woman stole over $100 from the man and ran off as the man called security.

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Boston Police went to the woman’s hotel room, but she said she didn’t know the victim and became uncooperative.

“The suspect eventually started FaceTiming another male before officers located a pink taser on top of the suspect’s luggage. Officers recovered the taser and the suspect was taken into custody,” Boston Police said.

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The woman was identified as Selena Rivera-Apodaca, 24, of Kent, Washington. She is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday in Boston Municipal Court on an armed robbery charge.