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Canada Man calls 911 over cold burger and fries from Hamilton McDonald's: police

23:06  03 july  2018
23:06  03 july  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

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Hamilton police are cautioning the public against making "nuisance" calls to 911 after a man phoned to complain about his hamburger and French fries over the weekend. The "irate" caller was upset because the food he ordered from McDonald ' s using Uber Eats on Sunday was cold , said police

Hamilton police are reminding the public that even a very unhappy meal at McDonald ' s is no reason to call 911 . Officers were called to a McDonald ' s in the city Sunday by an "irate" customer who received a cold hamburger and fries after ordering them through Uber Eats, according to service

a group of people in a kitchen: Hamilton police are reminding residents 911 calls are for serious situations, not cold hamburgers, after they were called in by a McDonald's customer who was unhappy with his meal Sunday. © @SeanJasonWebb/Twitter Hamilton police are reminding residents 911 calls are for serious situations, not cold hamburgers, after they were called in by a McDonald's customer who was unhappy with his meal Sunday.

Hamilton police are reminding the public that even a very unhappy meal at McDonald's is no reason to call 911.

Officers were called to a McDonald's in the city Sunday by an "irate" customer who received a cold hamburger and fries after ordering them through Uber Eats, according to service spokesperson Jackie Penman.

Serving up a lesson

It wasn't clear whether the restaurant or food delivery service was to blame for the not-so-fast food, but the unsatisfied customer was reminded a cold meal was no reason for an emergency response.

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An unhappy McDonald ’ s customer in Canada called 911 after allegedly receiving a cold burger and fries . Police were called to the Hamilton , Ontario fast-food chain after the “irate” man showed up to complain about the food he’d received via delivery from Uber Eats, CTV News reports.

Two Guys Call 911 Over McDonald ' s Burger & Fry Dispute - Продолжительность: 8:43 Nathan Baker 74 372 просмотра. Lady Calls 911 Over Cold French Fries - Продолжительность: 1:17 Nathan Baker 29 676 просмотров. © @SeanJasonWebb/Twitter Hamilton police are reminding residents

Penman said frivolous calls to police are more common than most people might think, so the McDonald's mixup actually serves as a good lesson.

"Calling 911 with nuisance calls ties up our lines and makes it difficult for people with serious emergencies to get through to dispatchers," she said. "The system is meant for life and death emergencies."

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