1The woman who called 911 to ask a police officer on a date
She said that she didn't have an emergency; she just wanted the dispatcher to “throw the cute police back her way”. The “cute” deputy returned, and, once he determined there was no legitimate emergency, he arrested Dudash for misusing 9-1-1. She now faces a fine of up to several thousand dollars and up to a year in jail.
2The woman who called 911 after getting locked inside her own car
The unidentified woman was parked at a Walgreen's store in Kissimmee. "My car will not start. I'm locked inside my car," the unidentified woman said. "Nothing electrical works. And it's getting very hot in here, and I'm not feeling well." The dispatcher then suggested pulling up the lock. The woman tried it and was successfully able to open the door. (Source)
3The lonely man who called 911 over 27,000 times
Police says he was a lonely man who would call the dispatchers for company, sometimes hundreds of times a day. He would also make various noises, including grunts and other bodily noises, minimal conversation in a disguised voice, beeps from the touch pad, etc.
The prank 911 calls were made from a T-Mobile cell phone which leaded to his arrest after police tracked his cell signal. Police said he apologized for the calls. He said he made them "because they were free." He faces $1,000 fine and/or six months in jail. (Source)
4The woman who called 911 because McDonald's didn't have McNuggets
5The wife who called 911 to make her husband stop watching porn
6The 4-year-old boy who called 911 because he couldn't solve a math problem
7The woman who called 911 over lack of shrimp in fried rice
The upset customer was gone when an officer arrived the next day. Restaurant workers said the woman had been denied a refund after leaving with her order, returning later to complain. The cook said there was nothing wrong with the meal. (Source 1 | Source 2)
8The couple who called the police to settle a cold feet row
9The man who called 911 because he was turned away at a nightclub
10The man who was chased by cops and called 911 to try to fool them
The man's plan seemed to work at first when the officers cut off their chase to answer the call. But then other officers in the area followed him into a parking lot and saw a gun in his car. Officer's determined that the man was a felon and not allowed to possess a firearm. After the man was arrested, officers said they discovered that the bogus 911 call came from his cell phone. (Source)