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Man calls 911 to report GF "would not give him any ass."

  1. Basoodler
    A man who allegedly claims he couldn't get any lovin' from his girlfriend is probably also not getting any love from 911 dispatchers in Spartanburg, South Carolina, either.

    Patrick Doggett, 53, was arrested shortly after midnight Tuesday after he allegedly called 911 to complain that his girlfriend "would not give him any ass,” according to a police report obtained by The Smoking Gun.

    When officers arrived at Doggett’s home, he was outside drinking what the report described as an alcoholic beverage.

    Officers said Doggett told them he had been drinking all day and was looking forward to having sex with his girlfriend.

    Doggett said his girlfriend declined because her grandchild was with her, according to the New York Daily News.

    That set Doggett off, and he called 911 to deal with the issue, according to authorities.

    The responding officer said Doggest yelled obscenities at the house, according to Fox Carolina.

    "F*ck that b*tch!" quotes the police report.

    There were no signs that the woman was assaulted, but she refused to give a statement, according to the police report.

    Doggett was arrested for public drunkenness, but not charged with misusing the 911 system. He has since been released from the Spartanburg County Jail.

    10-7-15 Huff post


  1. jazzyj9
    There should be fines for calling 911 for stupid shit like that.
  2. LizardZombie
    They probably dont like to charge people for it in general cause they don't want people im emergency situations to be unsure about whether to call the police cause theyre not sure whether that was really an emergency.
  3. LuLu81
    You here of people in the UK calling 999 because they've lost the TV remote.

    Every year there's an article in the papers of all the stupid reasons people have called for.
  4. gonzochef
    Better to have people call for stupid reasons than to be afraid to call for the right reasons. I agree with lizard zombie, it could set a very unwanted precedent. However, this is absolutely ridiculous. Why on earth would anyone think it is appropriate to dial emergency for something so stupid? I'm glad he was drunk enough to get arrested for SOMEthing. Hopefully he learned a lesson, but somehow I doubt it...
  5. The_Joker
    People are stupid in general.
    It's still funny, even though it was a dumb, drunk-ass thing to do.
    It's a waste of resources obviously.
    And time.
    I hope the cops ate him a new asshole.
    If I'd have been the cop I'd have really gave him shit, and asked her if she could please put out because I don't want to have to take her in for evading dick.
  6. soso
    It would be funny if it wasn't so fuckin disgraceful that the police turn up to stupid drunk shit like this but responce times Im some cases are shocking.
    It says he told the operator that his gf wouldn't fuck him so why bother responding at all? The drunk guy shouldn't get arrested or fined the fuckin operator should get a bollocking.
  7. sassieone
    I disagree with the fact that they didn't charge him for misuse of the 911 system.

    What if there was someone who had a legitimate call/need and the police were diverted because of this jerk?

    A woman in my old apartment complex was raped by two men, because the police were held up by a drunken bar fight in a neighboring town. The 911 operator actually put her call on hold when she first called because so many people were calling in from the bar fight.

    The response time was 22 minutes to get to my complex and assist the woman. By then, it was too late. They beat the shit out of her too. Of course, the city said they had "limited resources."

    It made the paper about the slow city police response time, and why....

    How is that any comfort to that victim?

    By the way, no one in the bar fight had so much as a black eye.
  8. soso
    Yea like I was saying, the person who took the call done a shit job. They ment to be trained at prioritising calls aren't they? The training obviously falls short of what's needed.
  9. Nepenthe
    I think they were probably worried they might have a violent / domestic abuse case on their hands.
  10. sheerasowner
    Never had to call 911 yet....hope i never do. I believe i did by accident one evening long ago and just profusely apologized that it was an accident.

    later worked for two nights at sheriff sheriff office answering emergency calls. Couldnt hack it, small town lots of mischief. I wss scared to do the wrong thing, story of my life,0
  11. zahava
    As a South Carolinian, I was amused, but not surprised, by this story. I imagine many of y`all have felt that sexual desire so strong that it was an emergency, a love emergency!
    I like to read news stories like this. I am grateful that this, this 911 love emergency made the news. It could have been worse.
  12. MusicianGirl
    1. zahava
      wow, just a pair of star-crossed lovers...I guess there really is a lid for every pot! I have new-found hope.
    2. MusicianGirl
      No kidding!!
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