A man called the UK version of 911 to complain that an alleged prostitute he wanted to hire wasn't to his liking.
His call to the 999 dispatcher has now been released by the police (see embed below).
As The Inquisitr previously reported, the dissatisfied customer called the West Midlands Police Department Tuesday night to say that the alleged hooker should be charged for breaching the Sale of Goods Act for "making herself out to be better looking than she was." He apparently met the woman in question at a hotel car park. When they began to argue, she reportedly grabbed his car keys, ran from the vehicle, and tossed the keys at him.
At least she returned the keys though, otherwise the situation could have gotten even more "ugly."
On the 999 call, he tells the dispatcher that he needs police assistance. The friendly, composed dispatcher than asks him to describe what's going on. Before explaining that he arranged the rendezvous in question from reading the personal ads, he says of the woman, "I think she has calmed down now... she's got her knickers in a twist over something."
The man continues: "Basically this woman advertised in the newspaper for private services like massage and stuff, yeah?... She's misdescribed herself and misrepresented herself."
The man notes that he did his due diligence in advance: "I arranged to meet with her. But beforehand I have asked for a description of her -- give me an honest description otherwise when I get there I'm not going to use your services."
When the man decided to cancel based on what he again deemed misrepresentation, he notes that "Basically she was angry -- obviously she thinks I owe her a living or something, do you know what I mean?"
The police were unmoved by the man's gripe and provided some mid-course correction. Sgt. Jerome Moran said "It was unbelievable -- he genuinely believed he had done nothing wrong and that the woman should have been investigated by police for misrepresentation. I told him that she'd not committed any offenses and that it was his actions, in soliciting for sex, that were in fact illegal."
In this country, a person can be charged for making non-emergency calls to 911, but some continue to do so as we have reported.
What do you think of this man's "beef" with the prostitute? Should ladies of the evening require a non-refundable deposit or in the alternative offer a money-back guarantee?
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