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Drinking and coming up with extreme excuses to justify your drinking should be two things that are second nature to you. With school now in session pretty much everywhere in the country, some of you might want to hit up your local watering hole on a Tuesday night instead of studying. As a result, you give your friends an excuse as to why you can’t make it to the library that night.
Recently, one man in the United Kingdom wasn’t ready to call it a night and head home to his girlfriend, so he did what any rational man would do–he faked his own kidnapping.
From Sky News:
The woman was ‘beside herself’ and called police after speaking to his ‘kidnapper’ on the phone and receiving a number of text messages.
But her boyfriend was in fact enjoying himself at a house party outside of Manchester in the early hours of the morning.
He was given a fixed penalty notice for wasting police time but was not charged with anything because the police didn’t want to waste more time on the guy by putting him through the court system.
He must have one of those girlfriends who is very controlling. If that is the case, I don’t blame the guy for coming up with an elaborate plan to fake his own kidnapping. If she can’t say yes to a few more hours of drinking, then she’s not the one. They always say that asking for forgiveness is a lot easier than asking for permission.
[via Sky News]
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