A girl known as 911 on Tuesday to report that she needed assist “getting all her hen” from KFC.
The girl instructed a dispatcher that she was at a KFC restaurant in Euclid, Ohio and paid for eight items of hen however solely acquired half that quantity.
“I solely received 4 items of hen, and I need my hen,” the girl instructed the dispatcher.
The dispatcher instructed the girl that was a civil matter and that she must contact the restaurant’s administration.
“There’s not a lot the police can do about it,” the dispatcher instructed the caller.
The girl, nevertheless, insisted she needed to speak to a police officer. An officer was dispatched, however he instructed the girl he was unable to assist.
The Euclid police chief stated he wish to remind individuals to solely use 911 when it’s an emergency.
“Whereas we’re right here to serve the general public, an incorrect drive-thru order just isn’t a police matter,” stated Euclid Police Chief Scott Meyer.
In line with the U.S. Division of Justice’s Workplace of Neighborhood Oriented Policing Companies (COPS), in lots of communities, making false or harassing 911 calls is a legal offense punishable by a high-quality or jail time.