Drunken Ohio Man Calls 911 Ten Times Over Poor Restaurant Service
Hello 911? The service here sucks!
20-year-old Cincinnati, Ohio native Christian Luckett has proven that, in fact, the customer is not always right. He has been charged with one count of disorderly conduct after placing 10 calls to 911 over the crap service he received at a local Skyline Chili restaurant. Oh, and he was intoxicated. Officers had previously led Luckett out of the restaurant for not paying for his food. He called 911 to complain about his removal from the restaurant, claiming the police officers were trying to “extort” him out of the building, notes Daily UK.
“They’re trying to extort you?” asked the operator on the call. “They’re trying to get money from you?”
“Well no, not exactly” he clarified. Then she asked if he was drunk, which is when he (and all drunk people) replied “that is not correct.”
Police documents don’t detail Luckett’s problem with his service at Skyline Chili, notes the Huffington Post.
Luckett was reportedly wasted when he called the police, originally reporting a domestic disturbance at his home. He demanded that police show up to his apartment, and when they did, he just complained more about Skyline Chili. Cops then arrested him.
He waived his right to an attorney and pleaded “not guilty.” He’ll be back in court July 12th.
You remember the classic story of the man who called 911 to complain about the deli that fudged his sandwich order. The Florida woman who called 911 to complain about receiving a bad manicure. Well, here is yet another entry in the hall of “people who don’t understand that 911 is for real emergencies.”