Watch the hoax caller complaining about spicy chicken korma
Who knew a korma could cause so much trauma?.. This hoax caller decided to phone us during one of the busiest weeks of the year to let us know she was 'suffering' after eating a curry. Please only dial 999 in genuine emergencies. #MakeTheRightCall pic.twitter.com/5mJluZtR3O
— Cambs police (@CambsCops) December 23, 2019
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A hoax caller called 999 and complained that her a** is on fire” after eating spicy chicken korma.
The woman complained that she will be “on the toilet for three hours” as her “a** is on fire” after eating chicken korma.
The woman also said that “this is not a prank call”.
The handler told her to call the medical team before the call ended.
Cambridgeshire Police have now warned people to call the emergency services only when they are in genuine problems.
Superintendent Mike Branston said: “We need people to think before they call us and only dial 999 in a genuine emergency.”
A video of the incident was shared on Twitter with the caption: “Who knew a korma could cause so much trauma?”
“This hoax caller decided to phone us during one of the busiest weeks of the year to let us know she was ‘suffering’ after eating a curry. Please only dial 999 in genuine emergencies.”
There were a number of similar incidents that took place this year. A person claimed that her grandfather had been stabbed earlier this year.
Two air ambulances, four vehicles, one emergency medical dispatcher, one dispatcher, and senior clinicians were dispatched after the hoax call.
The caller said: “Two people fighting and got a knife and killed my grandad.” The 999 operator asked: “Someone’s killed your grandad with a knife?” and they said yes.
When the paramedics arrived at the scene, there was no emergency and the residents of the house were also left shocked.
However, Cambridgeshire Police have now strictly warned callers to think before calling and advised them to only call when they have genuine problems.
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