9-1-1 Caller Didn't Know When To Clam Up On December 18, 2017, Stuart Police received back to back 9-1-1 calls from a customer wanting to complain about the size of his seafood dish.
A crabby incident led to the arrest of a Stuart man Monday, when police say he misused the emergency 911 line, calling dispatchers twice to complain about the size of his meal at a local seafood restaurant.
Nelson Agosto of Stuart, in the southeast region of the state, was arrested December 18 after he allegedly made the 911 calls from Crabby's Seafood Shack.
Upon receiving the order, a restaurant employee said Agosto complained and received a second order for free.More news: Purdue Club Putnam County bowl game watch
In a 911 call that the police department released, Agosto told the dispatcher, "I ordered something, and it was extremely so small".
When police responded to Agosto's calls, he explained he called 911 because he forgot the non-emergency phone number after the first call, according to King 5.
► July 19: 'Alexa, call 911' won't work. The dispatcher advised him to call the non-emergency police line - which she gave him the number for, twice. To which, Agosto assured the dispatcher he "tried that, but couldn't get through".
Agosto was arrested and charged with misuse of 911.More news: Genuine Parts (GPC) Shares Bought by Asset Management One Co. Ltd.
Agosto is due in court January 11, but there's no telling if he may clam up once in front of a judge.
Nelson Agosto ordered a seafood meal at Crabby's Seafood Shack in the coastal town, but was disappointed upon seeing the size of the clams.
By the way, an officer did show up at the restaurant, but just to serve Agosto a notice to appear in court for one count of misuse of 911, a misdemeanor. Agosto called 9-1-1 after consuming a meal and complaining about his food from a restaurant.More news: Barclays upbeat on Trump tax changes despite €1bn hit