Flatbread pizza emergency: Bevalente Hall was arrested after calling 911 when a local Subway supposedly used a sauce she didn't like on her Flatizza order. According to the Gaston Gazette, the 37 year-old was so angry that the chain used marinara sauce instead of "pizza sauce" on her flatbread pizza that she decided to call emergency services.
On the 911 call obtained by the paper she explains, "I told them I can't eat that kind of sauce ... the marinara sauce is terrible." She asked the employees for a refund but they refused and Hall asked the operator to send a cop to the restaurant to help her out. CBS Charlotte notes that the operator did indeed send an officer, but to arrest Hall and charge her with "misuse of the 911 system." Hall was eventually released on a $2,000 bond.
This isn't the first time a customer has called 911 after an incident at a Subway. Last year a customer called emergency services when an employee at a Subway in Florida flipped out after the customer tried to order ketchup on his cheesesteak sandwich. Check out a recording of the 911 call below:
Recording: 911 Call
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