Priceline Has Customer Arrested for Diligent Refund Attempt had concert pianist Ronnie Segev thrown in jail on charges of harrassment after the upset customer called the company 215 times in an attempt to secure a refund for a $953 airline ticket he had never purchased. From The Post:

A judge later dismissed the charges, but not before Segev spent 40 hours in a Manhattan holding cell with hardened criminals who laughed at him, threatened him and tried to steal his fancy watch and sneakers.

A tough-looking cellmate asked him, “So, what are you in for?”

“Priceline refund,” the musician sheepishly replied. It went downhill from there.

Segev has still not recieved a refund, but has filed a malicious prosecution suit against Priceline. (Thanks, Com!)