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Bar Bill 911: Idaho Man Calls Emergency Line Repeatedly About His Tab

By    |   Tuesday, 31 Mar 2015 06:58 PM

A Post Falls, Idaho, man who allegedly called 911 a dozen times to complain about being overcharged on his bar bill is facing a year in jail and a $1,000 fine.

Phillip Poissonnier was kicked out of Club Tequila around 1:13 a.m. Monday, KXLY-TV reported. Police gave him a courtesy ride home and then started receiving 911 calls. Poissonnier wanted police to return to his home to discuss his bar tab.

“We were responding to a prowler call and while we're on the prowler call, he's calling 911 making sure he's not overcharged," Post Falls Police Captain Pat Knight said, according to the station. "Really started to take away from other citizens in the city who really have an emergency.”

A Club Tequila bartender showed KXLY-TV receipts indicating that Poissonnier was charged $30 for 10 beers.

Poissonnier allegedly called 911 a couple of times and hung up, called once and put the phone to the radio for as long as three songs, and said a dispatcher was just like his ex-wife, The Daily Mail reported.

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A Post Falls, Idaho, man who allegedly called 911 a dozen times to complain about being overcharged on his bar bill is facing a year in jail and a $1,000 fine.
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