The seafood clams that a customer ordered at the seafood restaurant located in Florida the previous Monday, were “so little” that he contacted emergency services and requested an officer from the police department to arrive and rectify the issue.

However, the clams weren’t tiny that the 51 year old Nelson Agosto didn’t eat the meals he ordered at Crabby’s Seafood Shack in Stuart, Florida. Stewart’s police claim that he consumed the shellfish, but perhaps not all of it, and declined to make a demand for them to solve the issue.

“This will be an emergency call,” dispatcher Agosto said after he gave the caller a non-emergency number according to the emergency call recording indicates. “Hang up and dial this number and they’ll assist you.”

In the course of the call, Agosto, a resident of Port St. Lucie, Florida and called the clams that had been steamed “extremely” smaller portions. He then hung up, according to what the dispatcher said.

But this wasn’t his final call to emergency services that day. Within minutes, Agosto was on the phone with 911 again According to Stewart Police Department.

The second occasion, Agosto advised the dispatcher of the fact that the emergency line was not functioning as demonstrated by the recorded second call. The dispatcher assured Agosto the line was functioning well and asked Agosto to call back another time. At the end of the day, however, Agosto got his wish According to police reports, an officer was sent for an investigation into Agosto’s “minor” complain.

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