Woman Calls 911 For Wrong Sauce On Pizza

May 23, 2014 8:41 amViews: 7772

Bevalente Michette Hall

We have become so out of touch in this country as to what constitutes reality there are people who don't even know what a 911 emergency is. Take this example of a Gastonia North Carolina woman who called 911 to tell the dispatcher employees at Subway had put marinara sauce on her pizza instead of pizza sauce.

If Bevalente Michette Hall didn't know the difference between a real emergency and her own selfishness, were probably sure she can't tell the difference between marinara sauce and pizza sauce. Here's a clue Belevante, there is no difference.

The police did respond to Ms Hall's 911 call, and they promptly arrested her for misuse of the 911 system.

Read more below from the Gaston Gazette:

A Gastonia woman, upset about the way Subway employees made her flatbread pizza, called 911 Thursday night to report that the restaurant wouldn’t refund the money she paid for a “flatizza.”

Bevalente Michette Hall, 37, of Hope Marian Street, was charged with misuse of the 911 system.

According to police, the woman called 911 to say her pizza wasn’t made correctly. In the 911 call, Hall says the staff at the Cox Road Subway put marinara sauce on her pizza. She said she wanted pizza sauce instead.

“It’s terrible, and I got my receipt,” she said. “And I told them I can’t eat that kind of sauce.”

In the call, Hall says she wants to make a report so she can call investigators with WSOC-TV’s Action 9.

“They made my mom another sandwich without a problem, but say they won’t make me a sandwich,” she said.

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