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Oh dear, Another fake abduction.

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Post by PeterMac on 26.01.13 17:30

http://www.theolivepress.es/spain-news/2013/01/26/prank-kidnap-drama-in-spain/
‘Prank’ kidnap drama in Spain
JANUARY 25, 2013 AT 4:58 PM
• SPANISH POLICE SET UP ROADBLOCKS TO TRY FIND THE BOY
A SPANISH schoolboy has landed himself in hot water after faking his own kidnapping to avoid parent’s evening at his school.
The unnamed 11-year-old sparked a huge search operation after ringing his father to say he had been abducted.
Police set up roadblocks across north-west Spain and alerted authorities in neighbouring Portugal after the youngster claimed to be locked in the boot of a blue Seat.
The local media even ran stories on their websites about the dramatic kidnapping.
However, the search ended after the boy’s father, a police office in Xinzo de Limia, noticed keys to a flat the family owned were missing.
He explained he had been terrified of his parents speaking to his teachers after a string of bad grades.
“The civil guard attributed the false alarm to a childish ‘prank’ that had something to do with the boy’s situation at school,” local media reported.

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Post by Guest on 26.01.13 17:46

It's not as bad though as if an adult had initiated such a hoax.

A boy I knew claimed that a man had tried to drag him into a car - a good excuse he thought for being late to school!
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Post by Guest on 26.01.13 18:32

Not as good as one of our best [late] Dutch actors, who at school claimed [after he'd been warned that drawn bridges, road blocks, icy roads, you name it, wouldn't be accepted anymore] that he was late this time because "a seagull flew into his eye" ....
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Post by Guest on 26.01.13 18:45

Châtelaine wrote:Not as good as one of our best [late] Dutch actors, who at school claimed [after he'd been warned that drawn bridges, road blocks, icy roads, you name it, wouldn't be accepted anymore] that he was late this time because "a seagull flew into his eye" ....

Will move this to a new top 'Tell us your porkies' Chatelaine.
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Post by Guest on 26.01.13 19:04



And it was so much better than the classical: the dog ate my homework and I lost it in the bus and it rained so it was soaking wet. Identify a liar by too many explanations. Now, who does that remind me of ...?
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