The correct answer is kidnap.
The correct answer is (A) To kidnap (especially to work in a ship's crew); to drug or otherwise stupefy a sailor and transfer him to a ship to work as a sailor; to enroll or obtain the services of a seaman by force, liquor, drugs, or other unscrupulous means.
Shanghai comes from the city where the practice bearing that name was common during the 19th century.
Examples of use:
- Many of the crew members had been shanghaied.
- Seamen are shanghaied rarely today, it is believed.