Woman Fakes Abduction Claims for a Free Car Ride
Are you kidding? A woman faked abduction claims in order to get a free ride. What on earth is going on that people think its OK to waste the polices time, money and resources with fake abduction allegations while there are so many cases of missing, abducted and kidnappings? Could we please make it the same crime to falsely report an abduction as it is to “yell fire” in a movie theater or “say bomb” at the airport. This nonsense has to stop. There has to be a severe penalty for the waisting of our law enforcements time, especially when their resources are already stretched thin.
According to reports, a woman told police she was abducted while walking across the Marion Street Bridge in Bridgeport. She told police that a Chinese man driving a silver sport utility vehicle grabbed her, threw her into the car and drove down Interstate 70. She then said he dropped her off at the Sunco gas station near St. Clairsville. She made up the whole story to get a ride back home, according to police. (WTOV-9)
Posted June 12, 2007 by Scared Monkeys
Bizarre, Crime, WTF | 6 comments
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Get her to paint all the fire hydrants in town.
The free ride should not be so “free”. I am sure the parents of missing children that sit and hold their breath, hoping for a smidge of information on their missing loved one appreciate this …not! She needs an orange vest and and some community service time. Maybe the big eyed bride still has one in her size.
I think the woman that made the false report should not only do community service, but repay the cost of the resources used, and throw in a good, hefty fine for good measure. Start making examples of these people that are doing this, to deter others.
And make her apologize to the families of any missing children in her town. Let her hear from them about what a “joke” it is.
What’s the big deal? Women fake orgasms all the time!
Oh, er, ah, you said ABDUCTION.
What if I tell you, an Italian senator faked a heart trouble to reach his next interview in time? And when he got there he told it to the news. Well done, uhm?