Snatch and Mad: Fake Kidnapping Angers Parents

People in Sequim, Wash., called 911 after witnessing a staged kidnapping being filmed for an educational video.
0:54 | 04/16/14

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A fake kidnapping at a playground in Washington State is generating some real anger. Absolutely moronic it's appalling that they would -- got in front of all these people with their kids. It happened over the weekend a man and a ski mask appeared to kidnap the young boy I'll just guys -- asked. Just to hand grabs a kitten gets jumps -- the ban takes off. Frightened parents and children had no idea it was part of -- so called educational video. Meant to raise kidnapping awareness many called 911. People -- angry when when they are taken advantage -- when when. They are the butt of the joke it's never -- they're -- that there wasn't an off duty police officer -- and you know somebody was carrying a concealed weapon that could have shot up. A short time after the incident the masked man return to the park to tell everyone what was going on police are investigating what if any charges they might be able to bring.

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