Emergency operators received a call from an unsatisfied male who phoned in to complain about the looks of a prostitute. Evidently her appearance didn’t meet his expectations.
Emergency operators don’t always deal with life-threatening situations. In fact, those operators get a lot of calls regarding complaints and trivial issues.
A call center in Birmingham, UK recently encountered an unsatisfied male who phoned in to complain about the looks of a prostitute. The man had met the sex worker in a hotel parking lot, but evidently her appearance didn’t meet his expectations.
A police spokesperson stated “The caller claimed that the woman had made out she was better looking than she actually was and he wished to report her for breaching the Sale of Goods Act.”
He had asked the female for an honest description while arranging the meeting and told the emergency operator that she had “misrepresented herself”. The man was informed that the lady had not broken any laws by claiming she was attractive. He was also told that soliciting for sex was illegal.
Although he refused to identify himself over the phone, police were able to track him down. He was sent a warning letter for his actions.