According to Inside Edition, an 11-year-old boy was reported missing at 10 a.m. on Tuesday. The two-hour search was called off after the boy was spotted sleeping on top of the house where he lives with his parents in Hialeah, Florida.

A search, including bloodhounds, was going on when a news helicopter from WSVN-TV carrying a reporter flew over the house. Reporter Ralph Rayburn couldn't believe his eyes. However, what he thought he was seeing was the boy taking a nap on the roof. Rayburn radioed the police who went to the house to rescue the child.

Footage showed a police officer helping the boy down from the roof.

Sleeping boy

After an officer had helped the child down from the roof, everybody wanted to know why he was taking a nap on the roof so early in the morning. His answer was one the officers didn't expect. He simply said he didn't want to go to summer camp. Then Angel Gort apologized by saying he didn't mean to cause trouble for anyone. He said he was sorry for wasting the police officers' time. He admitted that his mother was embarrassed because of his actions.

Before going on the roof, Angel said he had gotten into a fight with his mother. He has ADHD that might explain his action. Not wanting to go camping combined with the fight with his mother and having attention deficit disorder were enough to make Angel escape to the roof of his house.

He confessed to the police that he didn't know what he was thinking, but he sometimes does stupid things.

Was the boy punished?

The boy praised his mother for being patient with him. He has run away from home before, but he never escaped to the roof. He promised he would not do anything like that again. There was no report that the boy with ADHD was punished or if he still has to go to summer camp.

His family was just glad Angel had been found and was unharmed.

About ADHD

ADHD stands for "Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder." It occurs in children ages 4-17 more than in adults. It has been estimated that there are 129 million children with the disorder. It occurs 9.5 percent in children compared to 4.1 percent in adults in the American population.

Someone with ADHD has problems paying attention and controlling behavior especially at home, school, and recreational facilities such as summer camp that Angel's mother wanted him to go.

What do you think? Do you think Angel's mother will still make him go to summer camp after the escaping to the roof incident?