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Florida Man Arrested After Calling 911 to Complain About Small Clams

Florida Man Arrested After Calling 911 to Complain About Small Clams


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He is scheduled to appear in court January 11

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A man in Stuart, Florida was arrested after he called 911 twice to complain about the size of his clams at a seafood restaurant. According to King 5 News, an MSNBC affiliate in Seattle, Washington, Nelson Agosto ordered the dish at Crabby’s Seafood Shack where an employee warned him about its petite size.

After receiving his food, the 51-year-old complained to restaurant staff and they gave him another order for free. But he apparently didn’t want to pay for his first meal; he called 911 and said, “I ordered something, and it was extremely so small.”

The dispatcher reportedly told him to hang up and call a non-emergency police line. Although he told him the non-emergency phone number twice, the clammy customer called 911 again claiming he couldn’t get through.

When police made contact with Agosto, he alleged that he called 911 because he forgot the non-emergency number, King 5 News reports.

Agosto was arrested via summons on a misdemeanor charge for misuse of 911 “after consuming a meal and complaining about his food from a restaurant,” Stuart Police Department said on Twitter. He is scheduled to appear in court on January 11.

Perhaps the man should have just taken them to Small Clams Court.

For more unconventional run ins with the law, here are the 10 funniest drunk arrests in history.


A Very Upset Taco Bell Customer Called The Cops When The Restaurant Ran Out Of Taco Shells

Die-hard taco fans know that when you want a taco, you want it now and nothing else will do. Unfortunately, that just wasn&rsquot possible for one Taco Bell customer in Louisiana. So they did what anyone no one would do: They called the cops.

Apparently the local police department has a good sense of humor, because they totally laughed about the event on Facebook afterward. &ldquoIt&rsquos been a while, but another &lsquowe can&rsquot make this stuff up&rsquo story,&rdquo the Slidell Police Department began in a Facebook post shared on Monday.

According to the department, &ldquosomebody&rdquo called them to complain that a particular Taco Bell location ran out of both hard and soft taco shells. (In all fairness, that would totally suck.) &ldquoWhile this is truly a travesty, the police can&rsquot do anything about this,&rdquo the department wrote, before joking, &ldquoHopefully, they are replenished in time for Taco Tuesday!&rdquo

This is hardly the first time someone has called police for help after something went wrong with their food. Back in February, a customer at a UK McDonald&rsquos called police after he was served a Big Mac with onions on it. The customer got rowdy when police arrived on the scene and was later arrested, Metro reported.

And in 2017, a man in Florida was arrested after he called 911 twice to complain about the small size of the clams he was served at a seafood restaurant. He was later arrested on a misdemeanor charge of misuse of 911.

Moral of the story. don&rsquot call the cops when your meal isn&rsquot right take it up with management.


A Very Upset Taco Bell Customer Called The Cops When The Restaurant Ran Out Of Taco Shells

Die-hard taco fans know that when you want a taco, you want it now and nothing else will do. Unfortunately, that just wasn&rsquot possible for one Taco Bell customer in Louisiana. So they did what anyone no one would do: They called the cops.

Apparently the local police department has a good sense of humor, because they totally laughed about the event on Facebook afterward. &ldquoIt&rsquos been a while, but another &lsquowe can&rsquot make this stuff up&rsquo story,&rdquo the Slidell Police Department began in a Facebook post shared on Monday.

According to the department, &ldquosomebody&rdquo called them to complain that a particular Taco Bell location ran out of both hard and soft taco shells. (In all fairness, that would totally suck.) &ldquoWhile this is truly a travesty, the police can&rsquot do anything about this,&rdquo the department wrote, before joking, &ldquoHopefully, they are replenished in time for Taco Tuesday!&rdquo

This is hardly the first time someone has called police for help after something went wrong with their food. Back in February, a customer at a UK McDonald&rsquos called police after he was served a Big Mac with onions on it. The customer got rowdy when police arrived on the scene and was later arrested, Metro reported.

And in 2017, a man in Florida was arrested after he called 911 twice to complain about the small size of the clams he was served at a seafood restaurant. He was later arrested on a misdemeanor charge of misuse of 911.

Moral of the story. don&rsquot call the cops when your meal isn&rsquot right take it up with management.


A Very Upset Taco Bell Customer Called The Cops When The Restaurant Ran Out Of Taco Shells

Die-hard taco fans know that when you want a taco, you want it now and nothing else will do. Unfortunately, that just wasn&rsquot possible for one Taco Bell customer in Louisiana. So they did what anyone no one would do: They called the cops.

Apparently the local police department has a good sense of humor, because they totally laughed about the event on Facebook afterward. &ldquoIt&rsquos been a while, but another &lsquowe can&rsquot make this stuff up&rsquo story,&rdquo the Slidell Police Department began in a Facebook post shared on Monday.

According to the department, &ldquosomebody&rdquo called them to complain that a particular Taco Bell location ran out of both hard and soft taco shells. (In all fairness, that would totally suck.) &ldquoWhile this is truly a travesty, the police can&rsquot do anything about this,&rdquo the department wrote, before joking, &ldquoHopefully, they are replenished in time for Taco Tuesday!&rdquo

This is hardly the first time someone has called police for help after something went wrong with their food. Back in February, a customer at a UK McDonald&rsquos called police after he was served a Big Mac with onions on it. The customer got rowdy when police arrived on the scene and was later arrested, Metro reported.

And in 2017, a man in Florida was arrested after he called 911 twice to complain about the small size of the clams he was served at a seafood restaurant. He was later arrested on a misdemeanor charge of misuse of 911.

Moral of the story. don&rsquot call the cops when your meal isn&rsquot right take it up with management.


A Very Upset Taco Bell Customer Called The Cops When The Restaurant Ran Out Of Taco Shells

Die-hard taco fans know that when you want a taco, you want it now and nothing else will do. Unfortunately, that just wasn&rsquot possible for one Taco Bell customer in Louisiana. So they did what anyone no one would do: They called the cops.

Apparently the local police department has a good sense of humor, because they totally laughed about the event on Facebook afterward. &ldquoIt&rsquos been a while, but another &lsquowe can&rsquot make this stuff up&rsquo story,&rdquo the Slidell Police Department began in a Facebook post shared on Monday.

According to the department, &ldquosomebody&rdquo called them to complain that a particular Taco Bell location ran out of both hard and soft taco shells. (In all fairness, that would totally suck.) &ldquoWhile this is truly a travesty, the police can&rsquot do anything about this,&rdquo the department wrote, before joking, &ldquoHopefully, they are replenished in time for Taco Tuesday!&rdquo

This is hardly the first time someone has called police for help after something went wrong with their food. Back in February, a customer at a UK McDonald&rsquos called police after he was served a Big Mac with onions on it. The customer got rowdy when police arrived on the scene and was later arrested, Metro reported.

And in 2017, a man in Florida was arrested after he called 911 twice to complain about the small size of the clams he was served at a seafood restaurant. He was later arrested on a misdemeanor charge of misuse of 911.

Moral of the story. don&rsquot call the cops when your meal isn&rsquot right take it up with management.


A Very Upset Taco Bell Customer Called The Cops When The Restaurant Ran Out Of Taco Shells

Die-hard taco fans know that when you want a taco, you want it now and nothing else will do. Unfortunately, that just wasn&rsquot possible for one Taco Bell customer in Louisiana. So they did what anyone no one would do: They called the cops.

Apparently the local police department has a good sense of humor, because they totally laughed about the event on Facebook afterward. &ldquoIt&rsquos been a while, but another &lsquowe can&rsquot make this stuff up&rsquo story,&rdquo the Slidell Police Department began in a Facebook post shared on Monday.

According to the department, &ldquosomebody&rdquo called them to complain that a particular Taco Bell location ran out of both hard and soft taco shells. (In all fairness, that would totally suck.) &ldquoWhile this is truly a travesty, the police can&rsquot do anything about this,&rdquo the department wrote, before joking, &ldquoHopefully, they are replenished in time for Taco Tuesday!&rdquo

This is hardly the first time someone has called police for help after something went wrong with their food. Back in February, a customer at a UK McDonald&rsquos called police after he was served a Big Mac with onions on it. The customer got rowdy when police arrived on the scene and was later arrested, Metro reported.

And in 2017, a man in Florida was arrested after he called 911 twice to complain about the small size of the clams he was served at a seafood restaurant. He was later arrested on a misdemeanor charge of misuse of 911.

Moral of the story. don&rsquot call the cops when your meal isn&rsquot right take it up with management.


A Very Upset Taco Bell Customer Called The Cops When The Restaurant Ran Out Of Taco Shells

Die-hard taco fans know that when you want a taco, you want it now and nothing else will do. Unfortunately, that just wasn&rsquot possible for one Taco Bell customer in Louisiana. So they did what anyone no one would do: They called the cops.

Apparently the local police department has a good sense of humor, because they totally laughed about the event on Facebook afterward. &ldquoIt&rsquos been a while, but another &lsquowe can&rsquot make this stuff up&rsquo story,&rdquo the Slidell Police Department began in a Facebook post shared on Monday.

According to the department, &ldquosomebody&rdquo called them to complain that a particular Taco Bell location ran out of both hard and soft taco shells. (In all fairness, that would totally suck.) &ldquoWhile this is truly a travesty, the police can&rsquot do anything about this,&rdquo the department wrote, before joking, &ldquoHopefully, they are replenished in time for Taco Tuesday!&rdquo

This is hardly the first time someone has called police for help after something went wrong with their food. Back in February, a customer at a UK McDonald&rsquos called police after he was served a Big Mac with onions on it. The customer got rowdy when police arrived on the scene and was later arrested, Metro reported.

And in 2017, a man in Florida was arrested after he called 911 twice to complain about the small size of the clams he was served at a seafood restaurant. He was later arrested on a misdemeanor charge of misuse of 911.

Moral of the story. don&rsquot call the cops when your meal isn&rsquot right take it up with management.


A Very Upset Taco Bell Customer Called The Cops When The Restaurant Ran Out Of Taco Shells

Die-hard taco fans know that when you want a taco, you want it now and nothing else will do. Unfortunately, that just wasn&rsquot possible for one Taco Bell customer in Louisiana. So they did what anyone no one would do: They called the cops.

Apparently the local police department has a good sense of humor, because they totally laughed about the event on Facebook afterward. &ldquoIt&rsquos been a while, but another &lsquowe can&rsquot make this stuff up&rsquo story,&rdquo the Slidell Police Department began in a Facebook post shared on Monday.

According to the department, &ldquosomebody&rdquo called them to complain that a particular Taco Bell location ran out of both hard and soft taco shells. (In all fairness, that would totally suck.) &ldquoWhile this is truly a travesty, the police can&rsquot do anything about this,&rdquo the department wrote, before joking, &ldquoHopefully, they are replenished in time for Taco Tuesday!&rdquo

This is hardly the first time someone has called police for help after something went wrong with their food. Back in February, a customer at a UK McDonald&rsquos called police after he was served a Big Mac with onions on it. The customer got rowdy when police arrived on the scene and was later arrested, Metro reported.

And in 2017, a man in Florida was arrested after he called 911 twice to complain about the small size of the clams he was served at a seafood restaurant. He was later arrested on a misdemeanor charge of misuse of 911.

Moral of the story. don&rsquot call the cops when your meal isn&rsquot right take it up with management.


A Very Upset Taco Bell Customer Called The Cops When The Restaurant Ran Out Of Taco Shells

Die-hard taco fans know that when you want a taco, you want it now and nothing else will do. Unfortunately, that just wasn&rsquot possible for one Taco Bell customer in Louisiana. So they did what anyone no one would do: They called the cops.

Apparently the local police department has a good sense of humor, because they totally laughed about the event on Facebook afterward. &ldquoIt&rsquos been a while, but another &lsquowe can&rsquot make this stuff up&rsquo story,&rdquo the Slidell Police Department began in a Facebook post shared on Monday.

According to the department, &ldquosomebody&rdquo called them to complain that a particular Taco Bell location ran out of both hard and soft taco shells. (In all fairness, that would totally suck.) &ldquoWhile this is truly a travesty, the police can&rsquot do anything about this,&rdquo the department wrote, before joking, &ldquoHopefully, they are replenished in time for Taco Tuesday!&rdquo

This is hardly the first time someone has called police for help after something went wrong with their food. Back in February, a customer at a UK McDonald&rsquos called police after he was served a Big Mac with onions on it. The customer got rowdy when police arrived on the scene and was later arrested, Metro reported.

And in 2017, a man in Florida was arrested after he called 911 twice to complain about the small size of the clams he was served at a seafood restaurant. He was later arrested on a misdemeanor charge of misuse of 911.

Moral of the story. don&rsquot call the cops when your meal isn&rsquot right take it up with management.


A Very Upset Taco Bell Customer Called The Cops When The Restaurant Ran Out Of Taco Shells

Die-hard taco fans know that when you want a taco, you want it now and nothing else will do. Unfortunately, that just wasn&rsquot possible for one Taco Bell customer in Louisiana. So they did what anyone no one would do: They called the cops.

Apparently the local police department has a good sense of humor, because they totally laughed about the event on Facebook afterward. &ldquoIt&rsquos been a while, but another &lsquowe can&rsquot make this stuff up&rsquo story,&rdquo the Slidell Police Department began in a Facebook post shared on Monday.

According to the department, &ldquosomebody&rdquo called them to complain that a particular Taco Bell location ran out of both hard and soft taco shells. (In all fairness, that would totally suck.) &ldquoWhile this is truly a travesty, the police can&rsquot do anything about this,&rdquo the department wrote, before joking, &ldquoHopefully, they are replenished in time for Taco Tuesday!&rdquo

This is hardly the first time someone has called police for help after something went wrong with their food. Back in February, a customer at a UK McDonald&rsquos called police after he was served a Big Mac with onions on it. The customer got rowdy when police arrived on the scene and was later arrested, Metro reported.

And in 2017, a man in Florida was arrested after he called 911 twice to complain about the small size of the clams he was served at a seafood restaurant. He was later arrested on a misdemeanor charge of misuse of 911.

Moral of the story. don&rsquot call the cops when your meal isn&rsquot right take it up with management.


A Very Upset Taco Bell Customer Called The Cops When The Restaurant Ran Out Of Taco Shells

Die-hard taco fans know that when you want a taco, you want it now and nothing else will do. Unfortunately, that just wasn&rsquot possible for one Taco Bell customer in Louisiana. So they did what anyone no one would do: They called the cops.

Apparently the local police department has a good sense of humor, because they totally laughed about the event on Facebook afterward. &ldquoIt&rsquos been a while, but another &lsquowe can&rsquot make this stuff up&rsquo story,&rdquo the Slidell Police Department began in a Facebook post shared on Monday.

According to the department, &ldquosomebody&rdquo called them to complain that a particular Taco Bell location ran out of both hard and soft taco shells. (In all fairness, that would totally suck.) &ldquoWhile this is truly a travesty, the police can&rsquot do anything about this,&rdquo the department wrote, before joking, &ldquoHopefully, they are replenished in time for Taco Tuesday!&rdquo

This is hardly the first time someone has called police for help after something went wrong with their food. Back in February, a customer at a UK McDonald&rsquos called police after he was served a Big Mac with onions on it. The customer got rowdy when police arrived on the scene and was later arrested, Metro reported.

And in 2017, a man in Florida was arrested after he called 911 twice to complain about the small size of the clams he was served at a seafood restaurant. He was later arrested on a misdemeanor charge of misuse of 911.

Moral of the story. don&rsquot call the cops when your meal isn&rsquot right take it up with management.


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