Police were called to Octomom Nadya Suleman's home Thursday after she reported her seven-year-old son missing ... only it turns out he wasn't really.
For whatever reason, the maligned mother of 14 was convinced her son was not dropped off by the school bus at the usual time and freaked the f--k out.
School officials were confused, however, since the bus driver said he personally witnessed her greet the child when he was dropped off at home.
That's Octomom for you.
School officials contacted police because they were concerned, and police went to her residence, but by the time they got there, the crisis was averted.
Where was he, you ask?
Nadya Suleman's nanny, apparently, was the first to discover the boy sleeping in his room - where he usually takes naps after school. Imagine that.
Octomom swears to police that she doesn't remember greeting the kid at the bus stop, and is convinced someone else must've dropped him off.
Whatever. It's not the first time she's panicked about a non-missing kid. In 2008, she called police when she couldn't find a child ... who was with his grandma.
Hard to keep track of 'em all after you hit five or six ... let alone 14.