The take down is one of the most thrilling, adrenaline rushing awesome part of a kidnap. The moment that the person realises that they are in the control of someone else and no longer in any position to barter, demand, negotiate or control.
I get a big rush from that moment too, quite a toxic mix of power and success and of course the beginning of a whole new adventure.
The plans are formatted in advance and things prepared in great detail with me churning it all over in my mind night and day until all possible contingencies are covered.
I started the day directing rubber slaves every movement from 8am that morning and everything was going to plan when attending the take down point it became obvious that my plan A couldn’t work that day. Why? Because it was the hottest sunniest day we had been blessed with this year and people were exploring the strangest of places which are usually desolate and perfect for my adventures.
Reverting to plan B seemed my best option as I will simply hold plan A for a further take down of rubber david. Arriving in his car he was wearing the prescribed rubber items including his swimming hat, rubber gloves, rubber pants and rubber vest under a few normal garments. As I watched from my secret safe place my heart was in my mouth as a strange man tapped on the car window, peering in at the rubber clad david asking him to do something. Amazingly he didn’t seem to notice the unusual additional clothing or the woolen hat on his head disguising the rubber swimming cap.
I thought that there was going to be a major problem and was prepared to step in with a resolution but thankfully the unscheduled meeting was over quite quickly.
Without going into too much detail as it should remain the secret of rubber slave david, he was physically overpowered and rendered helpless with the aid of a few pairs of handcuffs and a large gag.