Here's Another Example Of When Not To Call 911 Taco Bell ran out of soft and hard taco shells. This was apparently so disturbing one customer called the police. Authorities said it was beyond their jurisdiction.
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Here's Another Example Of When Not To Call 911

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Here's Another Example Of When Not To Call 911

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Taco Bell ran out of soft and hard taco shells. This was apparently so disturbing one customer called the police. Authorities said it was beyond their jurisdiction.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin with another edition of reasons to never call 911. The scene, a Taco Bell in Slidell, La. The alleged emergency, Taco Bell ran out of soft and hard taco shells. This was apparently so disturbing, one customer called the police. In a Facebook posting, the police department agreed that running out of taco shells was, quote, "truly a travesty," but it was beyond their jurisdiction. As one commenter put it, Slidell Police Department, this is definitely nacho your problem.

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