Police in Florida said two people were arrested for 911 abuse in separate incidents, including a man who called to ask for business cards.
Volusia County sheriff's deputies said Lawrence Gauthier, 61, of Oak Hill, called 911 twice Sunday, first to ask for a deputy to bring him business cards and again, while apparently intoxicated, to say he wanted the media arrested, WKMG-TV, Orlando, Fla., reported.
Deputies said Gautheir has called the emergency number 16 times since November to ask for business cards.
The sheriff's office said Cynthia Colston, 44, of Deltona, was arrested in a separate incident Sunday when she called 911 during a fight with a nail technician at Central Nails. Investigators said the nail technician was mildly injured during the fight and Colston continued to dial 911 repeatedly while a deputy was trying to resolve the issue.