Guess What? 911 Doesn’t Want To Hear About Your Unsatisfactory Experience At Skyline Chili

How many times do we have to say it? People, 911 is not your personal complaint line, whether it’s a call about a sub-par sandwich or the service you received at your local Skyline Chili. Cops say one Cincinnati man got a bit tipsy and called 911 about 10 times after an unsatisfactory experience at the restaurant.

The man is now facing a criminal charge of misdemeanor disorderly conduct, says, after a late night string of calls to 911. According to police, the 20-year-old was drunk when he made 10 calls to 911 dispatchers from his apartment on Tuesday night.

He allegedly made several police officers come over to his apartment in response to his calls, which took those cops away from other, likely more important calls.

There’s no indication in the court paperwork about what it was that irked the man about his service at Skyline. He pleaded not guilty to the charges and will be back in court July 12.

Man allegedly calls 911 dispatchers repeatedly about Skyline Chili service []

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