Living in Florida we have some of the best beaches, parks, a plethora of historical sites, incredible malls, amusement parks, water adventures, and wildlife galore. There are things to do.

Florida Man Has Too Much Time On Hand, Calling 911 To Report His Own Kidnapping

Living in Florida we have some of the best beaches, parks, a plethora of historical sites, incredible malls, amusement parks, water adventures, and wildlife galore. There are things to do.

One Florida man apparently became bored with the many activities offered in the sunshine state and decided some excitement was needed. What better way to do that than to fake your own kidnapping.

A Marion County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded to the area of the 16000 block of South Highway 441 in reference to a report of a kidnapping that just occurred.

Living in Florida we have some of the best beaches, parks, a plethora of historical sites, incredible malls, amusement parks, water adventures, and wildlife galore. There are things to do.
Austin Busick

The 911 caller stated that Austin Busick had just been kidnapped. Austin was forced into a car against his will and driven away.

A short time later, a second 911 call came in stating the suspect’s vehicle was southbound from the 16000 block of South Highway 441.

An investigation revealed that the 911 caller was in fact Austin Busick, and the whole incident was made up.

Deputies contacted Austin who stated he did not know why but he made up the false report. He was arrested and transported to the Marion County Jail.

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