Authorities say that a student at Georgia Gwinnett College faked his kidnapping because he didn't want to tell his parents that he had failed English for the second time, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. Aftab Aslam called the police last month after law enforcement officials received a text saying he had been kidnapped. He returned home eight days later. After first telling the police that he had been kidnapped, he admitted that he had made up the story after police determined that the text message came from a cell phone he had purchased. He is now facing a misdemeanor count of false report of a crime, three felony counts of false statements, three felony counts of tampering with evidence and three felony counts of terroristic threats.
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