In South African there are ways of getting money even if it means to fake your own kidnapping.Apparently another woman has been arrested at a hotel in Durban after she faked a kidnapping.People were shocked that the woman actually claimed to have been kidnapped and contacted her husband.She claimed the kidnappers demand money so they can release her.
She made up the kidnapping and claimed the kidnappers wanted thousands of rands rans from her husband.
After a search was made and the police made an investigation on the matter.The woman was found at a hotel she just checked in at Durban.She was arrested for faking a kidnapping in order to get some moneg from her husband.People were left shocked that the woman actually wanted to scam her own husband in the name of kidnapping.
This is similar incident that happened with the Simphiwe lady faking a kidnapping that got the whole country searching for her yet she was chilled in her room.
Source: Blessings Ramoba Blog
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