Going out to eat a meal can be tricky.
Sometimes, the wait takes too long. Other times, the meals aren’t that great. And once in a while, a bathroom incident leaves you so shocked that you have to call 911.
And that’s what happened in Toronto on Wednesday evening.
Toronto Police have revealed that a man called to report another man didn’t flush the toilet at a restaurant. Yes. Actually.
Man called police to report another man in restaurant did not flush toilet.
Although impolite, THESE 👏 CALLS 👏 TIE 👏 UP 👏 OUR 👏 LINES!!! ^vk
— Toronto Police OPS (@TPSOperations) July 13, 2017
In probably one of the best Tweets seen this year, Toronto Police use the clap emoji to perfectly sum up their feelings about this “impolite” gesture.
“In all seriousness, tying up our phone lines creates public safety issue for those in REAL need of our help,” they said.
Their tweet has been shared over 2,500 times, and as usual, the internet delivered with its responses.
Perhaps CBRNE officers need to be deployed. pic.twitter.com/LiG5uKDGdg
— Lego Cop in GTA (@legocopgta) July 13, 2017
Did he wash his hands? #cleanliness
— Bruce MacNeil (@bruce_in) July 13, 2017
Could have said clog our lines. Missed joke right there.
— Ethan Peterbaugh (@Peterbaugh28) July 13, 2017
As long ad he didn’t leave the seat up. That would be just criminal
— John S (@Toronto_John63) July 13, 2017
Your reply needed to be “Urine big trouble.”
— Tim Bowers (@TimBowers62) July 13, 2017
Crime is out of control in Toronto!
— jannipoppers (@janipoppers) July 13, 2017
Remember, 911 is an emergency line, and as funny as this is, it certainly was not an emergency.