Man calls 911 after wrong McDonald’s order, gets arrested
ALBANY, Ga. — A man who called 911 to complain about McDonald’s giving him a wrong order was arrested for abusing the emergency communications system.
Lorenzo Riggins told WALB-TV that he went back into the restaurant after realizing he was given the wrong order.
Riggins said he ordered seven McDoubles, a McChicken and an order of fries. He said he saw that one of his eight sandwiches was missing as he walked to his truck.
Riggins said he tried asking an employee to correct the order, which led to an argument.
Riggins called police on the McDonald’s employee and was taken to the Dougherty County jail for abusing the emergency communication system. He has since been bonded out.
Riggins said he didn’t know he was abusing the emergency communications system. He said customers should check their orders before leaving a restaurant.