Woman rings emergency line to complain about meal

A US woman called the 911 emergency number to report she didn’t get as much shrimp as she wanted in her fried rice at a Texas restaurant.

Haltom City police released the taped emergency call, in which the customer is heard telling the dispatcher, “to get a police officer up here, what has to happen?”

The customer also said: “He didn’t even put extra shrimp in there.”

The upset customer had left the Fort Worth-area restaurant by the time an officer arrived.

Restaurant workers said the woman had been denied a refund after leaving with her order, then returning to complain.

Cook June Lee said nothing was wrong with the meal, explaining: “Some customers are happy. Some are not.”

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