A Man Called 911 in a Panicked Rage Because His Cat Ate His Bacon

1 Aug 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

A Man Called The Cops After His Girlfriend’s Cat Ate The Bacon.

A man wanted to press charges against his girlfriend and her cat because she let the feline eat his bacon, according to audio of an emergency call released this week by the West Yorkshire Police. The 200-person customer contact center receives 1,000 calls per day, but in summertime the call volume can balloon to nearly 4,500 calls a day, said Donahoe. “A lot of the time, we’re talking about a matter of seconds between us being able to get to a genuine emergency effectively and not being able to,” said Donahoe. “Therefore having people’s lives put at risk.”

I’m very sorry.” The authorities shared the audio with the Yorkshire Evening Post to show the public how much time is taken up by non-urgent phone calls, from complaints about expired food at the grocery store to a question about how to get a pigeon out of the house. And we don’t arrest cats.” While the definition of “emergency” might be interpreted differently by everyone, people have called 911 (or 999 in the UK) for lots of dumb reasons, including: Imagine going home and seeing bae’s feline eating your precious bacon—sassing you, licking its bacon-tasting lips like it doesn’t give a single f—k about your feelings.

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