There have been a zillion excuses bosses have heard from employees who don’t feel like going to work. But the woman in San Antonia, Texas takes the cake. She faked her own kidnapping to skip out of work.
Police in San Antonio found Sheila Baley Eubank, 48, bound by rope in the back seat of her car. Eubank told authorities that an unidentified man kidnapped her at knifepoint as she drove up to an ATM machine, KENS-5 reports. Eubank insisted that the man forced her to chauffer him around the city for apparent drug deals.
The police uncovered a different story....
Thinking it was her lucky day, Eubank in fact spent her time off purchasing a lottery ticket from a gas station. Her fortune was unfavorable, however, as surveillance footage later revealed a "healthy, unhurried and pleasant" Baley withdrawing cash from the ATM and purchasing lottery tickets, the San Antonio Express News reports.
When police showed her the tapes of the Oct. 10 incident, Eubank confessed to fabricating the story, according to the Associated Press. Detectives also found a lottery ticket in her purse, bought at approximately the same time and date when Eubank claimed she was abducted.
Woman Fakes Kidnapping to Get Out of Going to Work
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