Maybe you need a break from your significant other like a couple hours to yourself or a day to your self, this is the way you shouldn't get a break from them.
Apparently this happened last year, but the charges were just filed for a 22-year-old woman in South Dakota is facing charges after she didn't want to be around her husband so she faked her own kidnapping, according to Argus Leader. It's not clear how long they've been married, but she's only 22. She was working as a delivery driver for Domino's last February when she called her husband around 10:00 P.M., and said a group of people were trying to rob her. He could hear someone pounding on her window, so he believed it. Then after she hung up, he started getting text messages demanding ransom money. He also got one that said, "I don't have long. I love you. Please help."
One of her coworkers also got ransom messages too. And some of the texts came from a weird number they didn't recognize. It turned out she was using an app to disguise her number, and all the texts were really coming from her. Police scrambled a SWAT team and tracked her down by pinging her phone. She was sitting in her car with another man when they found her, and she tried to claim they just let her go. But her story didn't add up. She eventually admitted she made the whole thing up because she "wanted a break from her husband." She'll be in court next week to face charges for filing a false report, and attempted grand theft.