A customer ordered clams at a Florida seafood restaurant on Monday. He said the clams were so small that he called 911 and requested a police officer to help.
The clams were not so small that Nelson Agosto, 51, didn’t eat any of the food he ordered at Crabby’s Seafood Shack. Stewart’s police claimed that Stewart ate the shellfish but not all of it and refused to make a call to police to resolve the matter.
After Agosto gave him a nonemergency line, Agosto stated that “This is an urgent service.” The emergency call recording clearly shows. They will assist you if you call this number.
Agosto, a Port St. Lucie resident in, Florida called the portions of the steamed mussels “extremely small” during the call. He hung up, as the dispatcher instructed him.
But this wasn’t his last call to 911. According to Stewart Police Department, Agosto called 911 again just minutes later.
Agosto told the dispatcher that Agosto was unable to reach the non-emergency number. The recording of the second call shows this. Agosto was told by the dispatcher that everything was fine, and he should hang up again. Agosto finally got what he wanted: the police said that an officer visited Agosto to investigate his “minor” complaint