An unhappy Subway customer in Florida called 911 not once, but twice to complain to police that his sandwich was not made to his liking.
Reginald Peterson called the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office in hopes that police could have his sandwich made to his satisfaction. A short time after this first call, Peterson contacted police again to complain that police still had not shown up to fix his order.
When police were sent to the location, Peterson told the officer he had ordered two sandwiches, checked out, and then walked outside to find the subs did not have "everything" he ordered.
He told police he became "very upset" and "belligerent" because the employee making the sandwich was not doing it correctly.
Witnesses inside the store say Peterson eventually started screaming at everyone inside. When Peterson went outside to call police, employees closed the store and locked the door to keep him from returning.
According to the report, the officer tried to calm him down and explain to him what 911 was intended for, but he wouldn't listen. He was then arrested by police and his sandwiches were thrown away.
Hear the audio of the ridiculous 911 call below: