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A SWAT officer outside the district offices where the husband was working.

CHICAGO — This story would actually be pretty funny if it wasn’t so sad and racist.

It all started in a suburb of Chicago, when a butt dial went horribly wrong.

The wife of a Winnetka school employee called out the SWAT Team, because she feared her husband had been kidnapped and was being held hostage.

Why did she think this terrible thing?

Because she received a call from her husband’s cell phone, but no one was there and all she could here was the sound of hip-hop music playing in the background.

“You know how when you sit on your phone when it’s in your back pocket and it calls the last number that was dialed? His wife was the last number he’d dialed,” said Winnetka police Chief Joseph De Lopez. Apparently,what she heard led her to believe there was someone holding him hostage so she called the police.

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