As an American, this woman has a right to have chips.  Am I right?

Last Thursday Night the police were called due a major tragedy at a Cleveland Chipotle.  They were out of chips.  A 50-year-old woman from Lyndhurst, Ohio called 911 to report that her local Chipotle Mexican Grill refused to sell her chips.  A brief investigation, aka a phone call that probably lasted less than a minute, proved that the restaurant didn't see the customer chips because they were simply out of them.

There's no word on if the Chipotle Karen was sited or issued a warning for 'disrupting a public service.'  That is a felony charge we hear about a lot in these "Ohio, Stop It" stories.

For example, there's the time an Ohio man was arrested for calling 911 as a dog.  In fact, that guy made nearly 80 non-emergency 911 calls before he was arrested.  How about the 39-year-old Ohio woman that called 911 after her parents cancelled her cell service.  If you look up the word entitled in the dictionary there's a picture of her.  My personal favorite is the Ohio woman that called 911 after a Cleveland Browns trade.

Consider this obvious, yet common sense public service announcement.  Please only dial 9-1-1 if you have an emergency.  Don't call 911 because raccoons are destroying your garden.  Call 9-1-1 if someone has been hurt or is in danger of being hurt.  You know...an emergency.

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