A fugitive who allegedly said police had more chance of finding Madeleine McCann is apparently planning a 100 days on-the-run party.
Daley Smith, from Alsager, Cheshire, had a warrant issued for his arrest on July 24 in relation to breaching a court order after he was charged over alleged drugs offences.
Since September 12 the 29-year-old has allegedly been goading the police on a Facebook page.
In one post he apparently wrote: Cheshire police have got more chance of finding Madeleine Mcann, I may as well be in Japan, theyve even been harassing my nan but everything hasnt gone to plan (sic).
Theyve f****d with the wrong man, I feel like Peter Pan. So far I dont know how far Ive ran but its been mad since this journey began.
But embarrassingly for him it seems like he will have to postpone his party because he got the days he has been on the run mixed up.
Another post added: For anyone thats wondering why there was no live videos or party last night, its because on day 86, Cheshire Police came out with their only comment and said Daley is actually on day 71.
Ive got 15 days to sort the biggest party of my life so lets get planning. Ive got the maddest venue and its going to be mad.
StokeonTrentLive had revealed the plans for the celebration.
Smith had also apparently been planning to hand himself in but changed his mind.
He is wanted for breaching a court order in relation to an appearance in court in May over criminal damage.
Detectives said Smith was also been charged with possession with intent to supply class B cannabis and concerned with the supply of cocaine.
He is scheduled to appear in court next month.
A Cheshire Police spokesman said: Were appealing for help to trace Daley Smith, 29, from Alsager, who is wanted in relation to a breach of court order.
We are aware of the Facebook page and are continuing to appeal for information in relation to his whereabouts.
Anyone with information is asked to call Cheshire Police on 101.