Girl fakes kidnap drama to spent night with lover
A teenage girl in Egypt inflicted self injuries and faked a kidnap story to spend two nights with her lover.
The girl's disappearance created quite a stir in the village in Al Gharbia governate when residents took to the streets, burnt cars, and even blocked trains demanding immediate arrest of the kidnappers, reported 'Youm7'.
Meanwhile, the police intensified their search and tracked her mobile number, which revealed she was in Alexandria. However, it was soon discovered that she was using another chip.
Also the fact that she had sold her earring and had bought a veil before disappearing, led the police on a different course of investigation. They learnt that she had eloped with her 24-year-old boyfriend. She confessed to staying with him for two days in his apartment and that she had handed over the money to him.
She added that she injured her arms to convince her family that she was kidnapped by a gang.
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