Canada
Montreal man calls 911 after being stood up

Credits: MARK O'NEILL/QMI AGENCY

QMI AGENCY

BARRIE, ON - A man who took a bus trip from Montreal to Barrie, north of Toronto, to meet a woman he met online called 911 after finding he'd been stood up.

Police say the man said he was supposed to meet the woman he had been chatting with and when he arrived at the city's downtown bus terminal, she was nowhere to be found.

He became angry and called 911, wanting police to "track down" his missing date and find out why she stood him up.

When he was reminded about the proper use of 911, the man became even angrier.

The dispatcher suggested he find a place to stay for the night and cool off.

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