Man Calls 911 to Report High Gas Prices
We know how played-out it is to complain about gas prices . . . at this point it's like complaining about flying, or Facebook redesigns . . . but we still got a good laugh out of this guy.
On Wednesday night in Brockton, Massachusetts, a guy called 911 to report CRIMINALLY HIGH GAS PRICES.
According to the cops, the man was at a gas station and called 911 to tell them he, "couldn't believe super [unleaded] was $4.13-a-gallon and he only got six gallons for $25."
He told 911 he wanted his money back, because six gallons just is NOT $25 worth of gas.
The cops ended up coming . . . and the man stuck to his story. He even showed them his receipt to prove he'd been totally ripped off only getting six gallons for his money.
The police told him that, SADLY, these gas prices aren't illegal . . . but they were nice enough not to arrest him for abusing 911. (Brockton Enterprise News)