the unlawful act of capturing and carrying away a person against their will and holding them in false imprisonment.
Taking and carrying away a person by force, fraud, threats or intimidation. Unlawfully confining a person for a substantial period of time in an isolated place.
At common law, the forcible abduction or stealing and carrying away of a person from one country to another. A person is guilty of kidnapping if he unlawfully removes another from his place of business or residence.
Where an adult (or 'Credit Whore') uses a small child to ride a coaster which only adults can ride if they accompany a child.
Kidnapping, a word derived from kid = 'child' and nap (nab) = 'snatch', recorded since 1673, was originally used as a term for the practice of stealing children for use as servants or laborers in the American colonies. http://etymonline.com/?term=kidnap