Fake Kidnapping Marriage Proposal Goes Awry 策劃求婚驚喜 找人假綁架女友全進警局

A marriage proposal involving a fake kidnapping recently took place in Taoyuan. A woman surnamed Yang wanted to make the proposal unforgettable for her girlfriend, so she contracted two men to act as fake kidnappers. The three of them ended up at a police station and prosecutors ultimately decided not to file charges.


A 24-year-old Taoyuan resident surnamed Yang wanted to propose to her girlfriend surnamed Huang in an unforgettable way. She came up with the idea of a fake kidnapping. She used an app for temporary work to find two men with the surnames Lin and Peng to play the role of kidnappers. Yang instructed them to kidnap Huang and bring her to the household registration office, where she would propose. It didn't go according to her plan, and everyone ended up at a police station.

No, it's a misunderstanding. (So you didn't kidnap her.) We pretended to kidnap her. We were only pretending. The thing is, she didn't know that we were pretending.

Hsieh Ching-hua, Former Captain, Dashu Police Station: “Patrolling police officers heard a woman crying for help and saying she was being kidnapped. The police brought back everyone present at the scene. They clarified the situation and asked the Taoyuan District Prosecutors Office to investigate according to law.”

This incident occurred on March 17. The two men appeared at Huang's house and used ropes to bind her hands and feet. They also blindfolded her and placed her inside a blue suitcase. They put the suitcase inside the trunk of a car. To ensure that Huang wouldn't suffocate, they didn't close the suitcase completely and also left the trunk open. While the car was on the road, Huang started screaming for help and was heard by patrolling police officers. Yang and the two men were arrested and investigated for obstruction of freedom. People said it should have been a surprise, not a terrifying experience.

Residents: “The girlfriend must have been scared to death. Terrified. She was kidnapped and had no advance notice, so of course she was scared.”

Resident: “It was too much, the two should both want to marry and one can't force the other.”

Prosecutors analyzed Yang's conversation records and determined that the three's dialogue did not show criminal intent to obstruct freedom. After Huang learned the truth, she said she didn't want the case to be pursued further. No charges were filed against the three.

 

 

「不是,這是誤會(所以你們沒有綁架她)演戲綁架她,我們只是在演戲,只是她不知道說我們在演戲。」

時任桃園分局大樹所長謝青樺說明:「巡邏員警接獲女子求救,稱遭到綁架,警方將在場人全部帶回派出所,釐清狀況並依法移請桃園地檢署偵辦。」

事件發生在今年3月17日,兩男登門以童軍繩捆綁黃女手腳、矇住雙眼,塞進藍色大行李箱,抬入轎車後車廂,但擔心黃女悶死,除了行李箱刻意留縫隙,後車廂也沒完全關上,結果黃女半途掙脫喊救命,被巡邏員警發現,楊女等3人被逮,依妨害自由罪嫌送辦。民眾覺得應該給驚喜而不是驚嚇。

民眾表示:「女朋友一定會嚇死,太驚嚇,是綁架耶,不是一般的,沒有預先告知啦,會怕耶。」

也有民眾說:「就滿離譜的,應該要兩個人,都有結婚打算,不能用強迫的。」

檢方依照楊姓女子通訊軟體對話紀錄,認為3人說詞,難認有妨害自由主觀犯意,黃女得知真相後,也表示不願追究,因此3人都獲不起訴。

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