The president of Keiser University’s Daytona Beach campus has been suspended after authorities say he was carjacked while attempting to pick up two women for a sexual encounter.
The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports that 60-year-old Matt McEnany told police he stepped out of his car to speak with two women Sunday night when he was attacked from behind by a man. He was then shoved to the ground, and the man and women drove away in his car.
Police chief Mike Chitwood said that though McEnany told a 911 operator he was picking up two friends who needed a ride, he intended to have a “sexual rendezvous” with them.
McEnany’s car was found in a parking lot early Monday. A Keiser spokeswoman said he’s been suspended pending an investigation.
McEnany has not been charged with a crime.
Republished with permission of The Associated Press.