A crabby buyer was arrested after he known as 911 to complain concerning the measurement of his meal at a seafood restaurant.
Nelson Agosto, 51, known as the emergency line twice to complain that the clams he had ordered from Crabby’s Seafood Shack in Stuart, Fla. have been too small, Treasure Coast reported.
“He was complaining that the clams he was consuming have been so small. He didn’t need to pay for them,” police spokesman Sgt. Brian Bossio mentioned.
Agosto ordered the meal after a server had warned him of its small measurement, an incident report reveals, Treasure Coast reported.
He complained, and the restaurant gave him a second order of clams freed from cost, an worker mentioned to police.
Agosto took the matter up with police—he dialed 911 to say, “I ordered one thing, and it was extraordinarily so small.”
In audio launched by police, the dispatcher is heard offering Agosto with the cellphone quantity for non-emergencies—which he allegedly forgot, prompting him to dial 911 a second time.
He insisted that an officer reply to the restaurant to assist him settle the dispute.
“Nelson was refusing to shell out cash for the meals and tried to name the police utilizing the 9-1-1 system,” the Stuart Police Division wrote on Fb.
Agosto was arrested on a summons for misdemeanor cost of misuse of 911, police mentioned. He was launched from the scene.