A man has made the news after he called the police on a restaurant that gave him very little fried chips, and that apparently made him angry because he was very hungry.
A UK man made the most bizarre request of the police when he called them on a restaurant that gave him few chips because he was very hungry and and the service made him angry.
According to a Metro.co.uk report sighted by YEN.com.gh, the man called the York City Police because he thought law officers were the perfect people to get involved after he complained his takeaway portion of chips was too small.
The incident, which happened on March 29, 2019, saw the hungry man first eat his chips and then decide it was not enough and returned to the food joint to complain.
But the police were not buying the young man's complaint.
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York City Police reportedly posted about the strange request on social media and said: ‘Not sure what crime he thought had been committed but it was all a little fishy.’
This call to the police is frankly no different from pranks that police officers in Ghana have to endure too.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the three Police Emergency Command Centres (PECCs) recorded over 750,500 prank calls between midnight of January 1, 2019, and midday of March 27, 2019.
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Out of the 761,101 calls made to the three PEECs in Accra, Kumasi and Tamale, 751,217 were prank calls, while only 9,884 were genuine calls.
According to officers in charge of the PECC in Accra, some people just call in to insult the people on duty, some to demand mobile phone credit, others to make fun of the police, while others claimed it was their children who dialled the numbers without their knowledge.
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