Florida College President Carjacked While Allegedly Trying To Arrange Threesome

A college president in Daytona Beach, Florida, was carjacked after he attempted to give a ride to two female acquaintances reportedly named Luscious and Brittany.

The local police chief, however, claimed that the carjacking victim intended to have a “sexual rendezvous” with those women.

Matt McEnany, president of the Keiser University Daytona branch, got out of his Toyota Venza SUV to engage in dialogue with the women who he supposedly had met on a separate occasion several months previous when their car broke down and he similarly gave them a ride.

Upon encountering them a second time, he claims he was attacked from behind by a man.

McEnany then called 911, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reported, and described to the dispatcher what happened in the carjacking incident that occurred last Sunday night.

“I had two supposedly friends of mine needed a ride. I pulled up here, and I got out of the car, and some black guy jumps me. He throws me down to the ground and starts kicking me, and the two girls and the guy get in to my car and take off with it, my wallet, everything.”

According to Daytona Beach Police Chief Mike Chitwood, however, McEnany “had every intention of having a rendezvous with these women. As a matter of fact, you could call it a sexual rendezvous.”

Cops found the vehicle early the next morning in a parking lot, but the suspects apparently are still at large.

Police did not charge President McEnany, 60, in connection with the incident, although his employer has placed him on suspension while an investigation is ongoing.

Keiser University, a private nonprofit institution that operates multiple branch campuses throughout Florida, released the following statement about the incident.

“An allegation of a serious nature regarding our Daytona Beach campus president has been brought to our attention. To ensure the ongoing support of students, faculty, and staff, we will cooperate with the authorities, and the campus president has been suspended pending a thorough and comprehensive investigation. A senior executive has assumed the role and responsibility of campus president. As always our primary focus remains our students, faculty, and staff.”

Commenting on this alleged extracurricular activity in Daytona Beach, The Daily Caller quipped that “If [we’ve] has said it once, we’ve said it 1,000 times: Don’t attempt a possible threesome in your 2011 Toyota Venza with two sketchy twentysomething women you hardly know.”

[Keiser University image credit: Michael Rivera]