Georgia man calls 911 over botched McDonald's order

Police arrived on the scene and arrested him for misuse of the emergency hotline


Steven Estep
August 7, 2013 2:10AM (UTC)

Damn. 911 operators would never get a break if everyone called in to complain about their wrong McDonald’s order like this man.

I went in to order seven McDoubles and one McChicken and one fry. When I got to my truck and I got ready to leave, I looked in my bag and come to find out I had six McDoubles. – Lorenzo Riggins

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That’s when the man decided to go back into the McDonald’s and let them know about their mistake and how dissatisfied he was with his McExperience.

She was trying to get an attitude with me, and I said I’m going to call the police. – Lorenzo Riggins

So, did Lorenzo really call the police over a botched order at McDonald’s? You bet your McAss he did! Unfortunately, that’s when the man’s day got even worse for him.

When the police arrived, they arrested the man for misuse of the 911 emergency service.

I called the police and thought everything was cool. I didn’t know I was misusing 911. – Lorenzo Riggins

The police arrested the man and said that they take the misuse of 911 calls very seriously.

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Lorenzo Riggins had this final message in regards to the situation:

I would like to say check your food before you leave, always be careful when you go buy food anywhere you go. – Lorenzo Riggins

Such words of wisdom you’ve spouted there, Lorenzo Riggins. You are a gentleman and a scholar.

The more important question...

What in the hell was this dude going to do with 7 McDoubles, a McChicken and a fry? You could poison a hog with that much McDonald’s.


Steven Estep

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