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(Savannah, GA) After ordering fries at the small chicken and fries restaurant Li’l Chick, Gail (who refused to provide her last name) called 911 because her fries were cold and the owner of the restaurant wouldn’t refund her money or provide a new order of fries.

Now, TCS has the 911 call from the bizarre incident. After a Savannah 911 operator answers the call, Gail says, “I ordered something. My order is not right, and I don’t like the way the food tastes, and they telling me they can’t give me a refund, and they can’t replace it either. I don’t think that’s right.”

The 911 operator doesn’t ask many questions, only where the woman is located and then says, “Alright, don’t leave. Police are on their way.”

We talked with the owner of Li’l Chick and Metro Police yesterday. After seeing the story on TCS, the woman called our news room and agreed to talk with me. I asked her why she would call 911, when 911 is for emergencies. She replied, “To me, that was an emergency because on the other hand, had I walked off with the food and not paid for it, they would have said that I was stealing.”

Only Gail had already paid for her food, so she couldn’t have been accused of stealing. Every story has two sides, so today we went back to Li’l Chick to talk to the owner again. “She saw us bring up some more french fries, so she went back to the window and told the girl at the counter she wanted hot fries. Hers were cold,” says owner Joseph W. Weeds.

Read more here.