We've probably all had issues at a restaurant with our food orders, but most people probably aren't going to call 911 because of it.
A woman in Savannah, Georgia said one Chinese restaurant got her order wrong and she wanted her money back.
The store owner says it was a dispute over 69 cents.
Police did go to the restaurant, but only because they say the customer was being unruly.
They didn't arrest her, but did remind her that 911 is for emergencies only, and calling for non-emergencies is a misdemeanor crime.
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