Posts tagged ‘kidnapped’

January 5, 2018

Forced Marriage

by duncanr

got to feel sorry for this guy –

May 17, 2017

Armed Woman Gate-Crashed Wedding

by duncanr

an arranged marriage in India didn’t quite go to plan – [well, the bride’s plan anyway] – when another woman kidnapped – [did she really?] – the groom at gunpoint

full story here –

December 20, 2012

Penguin Kidnapped

by duncanr

P-p-p-pick up a penguin is a phrase made famous by a series of TV commercials in the 70s for Penguin chocolate biscuits

A punter at The Union pub in Gloucester, England has taken this instruction literally and kidnapped a penguin called Elvis

timthumb (1)The motive ?

Apparently, the kidnapper(s) was/were pissed off with the constant Xmas music assaulting their ears when visiting the pub and are threatening to cut Elvis’s throat if their demand that the music stop is ignored

Sadly for Elvis, unless the kidnapper(s) relent, it looks like his goose is cooked – pub landlord, Matthew Foster, is refusing to stop the music

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December 25, 2011

Kidnappers Release Frosty

by duncanr

Frosty the Snowman, who was kidnapped 2 weeks ago, has been released by his captors.

A cigarette burn on his arse suggests the kidnappers may have used harsh interrogation techniques in an attempt to extract information from him.

Police, however, suspect Frosty may have been a willing partner in his own abduction after uncovering photographs of him playing pool and supping ale with the kidnappers

Full story here –

July 5, 2010

Indian Take-Away

by duncanr

‘You can choose your friends but you can’t choose your family’

Rajan Killaker, 41, from Porbunder in western India has had plenty of time to ponder the truth of this old adage – two and a half years to be precise. For that is the length of time relatives have confined him in a coffin, allowed out just once a day for a meal . . . .

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December 16, 2008


by noseycow

An American security consultant, billed as an ‘anti-kidnap expert’  has been kidnapped. Felix Batista had negotiated the release of dozens of kidnap victims in South America before he was ‘taken’ in Mexico.

In the current economic climate, one wonders if it’s the kidnappers or the victim who are trying to ‘cut out the middle man’.