A Wisconsin woman called to report a wrong KFC chicken sandwich order. She claimed an employee was “giving her attitude.”
A 5-year-old Michigan boy called to order McDonald’s — and he got his wish (and likely a lesson about calling 9-1-1) from a kindhearted officer who stopped by the boy’s residence to conduct a welfare check.
An Indianapolis man called to report the theft of a Subway footlong sandwich.
A Louisiana resident called to complain about a taco shortage at a local Taco Bell.
In Rhode Island, police were called to handle a dispute over the super-popular chicken sandwich at Popeyes.
A Georgia man called to complain about receiving only six McDoubles instead of seven from a local McDonald’s.
A Florida man called when a Subway employee didn’t put ketchup on his Philly cheesesteak sandwich.
A Texas woman called to complain about the lack of shrimp in her fried rice from A&D Buffalo’s.
A Connecticut man called to complain about a deli worker not making his sandwich correctly. The dispatcher calmed him down and gave him sage advice: “In the future, just don’t buy the sandwich.”
A Tennessee man called about being overcharged a penny on the purchase of a can of beer.