Dispatchers took three 911 calls last week from a Fort Pierce (FL) woman who complained that McDonald's refused to give her a refund when they ran out of McNuggets.Here's the video.
Letreasa Goodman, 27, paid for her order but became irate when she was offered different food after being told the restaurant was out of McNuggets, according to a police report obtained by ABCNews.com.
"This is an emergency. If I would have known they didn't have McNuggets, I wouldn't have given my money," Goodman told Fort Pierce Police Officer Joshua Buday, who responded to the call, according to the report.
The report says the cashier offered to give Goodman another order -- more food for the same price -- but she refused and began yelling at the cashier before storming outside to call 911.
"Now she wants to give me a McDouble, but I don't want one," Goodman told the officer, according to the report. Goodman was charged with misuse of a wireless 911 system.
She later told WPEC-TV that she called 911 because she didn't want the situation to get out of control.
"I wanted to jump across that counter but I understand it's not her fault, she's just doing her job," Goodman said. "She wouldn't give me my money back. That's why I was a young lady and called the police."
And not to be outdone...
An Ohio mother faces charges for breastfeeding her daughter while driving her other children to school.Here's the video.
"I'm following behind a lady in a van who is driving while breastfeeding her newborn baby and talking on the cell phone," said a 911 caller. Officers then pulled over the mother and issued her a ticket for not having her child in a car seat.
Police say this is a serious safety issue because that child could be injured in a crash or if the air bag deployed. The mother says she didn't do anything wrong and may do it again.
"I don't want anything to happen to any of my children, that's why I tell them to get in the seat belt, but this particular morning that child wanted to eat, and I did feed my child," said Genine Compton.
"In my 12 years in law enforcement I've never run into anything like this. You know, all you can really do is shake your head," said Officer Michael Burke of the Kettering Police Department. If convicted Compton could face up to 180 days in jail.
As my Pastor would shake his head and say, "...deez N*ggas."
Question: Seriously, is this level of n*ggritude some sorta cosmic payback for the Obama Presidency?
Dispatchers Deal With Lovelorn Caller, Frustrated Fast-Food Customers [ABC]
Breastfeeding While Driving [NYTimes]