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This Stripper Faked Her Own Kidnapping So She Wouldn't Be Caught Cheating

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People go to great lengths to avoid getting caught cheating. That's no surprise. A woman going this far though is nuts.

A Miami strip club worker apparently tricked her husband into thinking that she was abducted by two men. And while the Miami Herald reported police suspected that her claims might have been a hoax, the cops still went searching for her, even putting out this message on Twitter to help with their investigation.

Here's how it all went down.

The woman, 32-year-old Karla Vasquez, called her husband after not going home one night, claiming that two men had kidnapped her in her SUV. Her husband sought help in finding his wife and the police went searching.

But when police found her, she was driving the vehicle itself. Police then arrested her for issuing a false report of abduction.

The arrest report said,

Knowing that she was not in danger, (Vasquez) deliberately caused her husband to call the police and report a kidnapping (Vasquez) at no point was in need of police assistance.

What's makes the story even crazier is the fact that she admits making the call to her husband after staying out with a man she'd met up with at a bar.

So, yeah, basically she made up a whole story about being in grave danger to avoid getting caught with another man. Safe to say, there are smarter ways to try covering up your dirt.

Citations: Missing woman found as police question her story about abduction (Miami Herald)