Woman Calls 911 Over Fast Food Order
NICEVILLE, Fla., (UPI) – Police in Florida said they warned a woman who called 911 while in tears to complain about her service at a Burger King restaurant.
The Niceville Police Department said a woman called 911 from Burger King Sept. 22 while “extremely upset and crying” and she told a dispatcher she “got crappy service and they won’t give her money back,” the Northwest Florida Daily News reported Thursday.
A department employee spoke with the restaurant’s manager, who said the woman’s order was corrected and she was given a refund, but the customer would not let her explain what she did.
Police warned the woman not to call 911 without an emergency.
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