Blog: Burger panic provokes 911 call
Catherine Sleep | 12 September 2006
Now this, friends, is funny. Check out the audio cast of this phone call placed by an irate and screeching Burger King customer to the emergency services. Essentially she’s insisting on the cops getting down to her local Drive Thru as soon as possible to crack the whip at the staff there who are failing to make up her burger to her exacting requirements. Well, they do say the customer knows best.
You have to hope that if she heard herself on tape, she’d realise what a ridiculous situation she’s created. On the other hand, she does sound deadly serious, so maybe not. Enjoy!
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