Man Calls Police to Complain About Ugly Prostitute

Ugly Prostitute

‘Hello? 911? My prostitute lied to me about being ugly.’ Is basically what happened in England when a man called 911 (or 999 in the UK) to complain that a woman he hired for sex made herself out to be much more attractive than she was.

The man told the West Midlands Police that the ugly prostitute should be prosecuted for breaching the Sale of Goods Act. The Sale of Goods Act gives consumers legal rights, stipulating goods that are sold must be of satisfactory quality, be fit for purpose and must match the seller’s description.

According to the 999 call, he arranged a meeting with the sex worker but asked her beforehand for an honest description of herself, warning her that he wouldn’t use her services if she wasn’t truthful.

When the prostitute showed up at the hotel parking garage, the man was not impressed.

“Basically she has misdescribed herself, misrepresented herself totally,” he said on the call.

When he confronted the hooker, she allegedly took his car keys, ran away from the car and threw them back at him, prompting him to call police.

 “She was angry because she obviously thinks I owe her a living or something.”

The police were apparently flabbergasted that the man genuinely believed the hooker should be investigated for misrepresentation. But instead of investigating her, the police told the man that public solicitation of sex is illegal and sent him a warning letter about his actions.

Sgt Jerome Moran of the Solihull police station believes that wasting police time is no laughing matter.

“On this occasion the man in question was given a warning, but wasting police time is a serious offence and carries a maximum sentence of six months imprisonment next time he may not be so lucky.”

Also, next time he should probably read the fine print: no refunds!

Via: Express & Star

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