I've seen a sentence like this.
I have never wanted to die and I will not do that in the future.
My spontaneous reaction was to comment oh, boy, you've got an disappointment heading your way in a few years, since I interpreted it as a cocky joke. Then it hit me that the guy might mean that he won't wish to die and not that he won't die.
I'm curious if it's only me or if that sentence contains misleading referral. Or possibly, if it's a grammatical ambiguity in the expression.