North Carolina Man Looking For A Prostitute Looks In The Wrong Place, The Police Department

Lexington, North Carolina (The Weekly Vice) - Lonnie Michael Felts, a 42-year-old Lexington man was jailed Sunday after he reportedly called 911 in attempt to find a hooker.

According to the Lexington Police Department, Felts called the Davidson County 911 emergency system and requested a hooker and also an escort to “get boots.” The dispatcher informed him that he was mistakenly calling 911.

Investigators say after Felts was warned, he continued to call two more times with the same requests for hookers. Detectives apprehended him and stated that he was under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of the incident.

Felts was booked into jail and charged with accessing the 911 system for a purpose other than an emergency communication. He was released after posting a $2,000 unsecured bond. He is scheduled to appear in court on April 20th.

Where the hell does the Lexington Police Department get off deciding what is and isn’t an emergency? Talk about riding around on a high horse. So theres no house on fire, or someone in danger, who cares? Do you see that black eye Lonnie Michael Felts is rocking? Do you think its easy to get your fuck on when everyone knows you recently lost a fight? Hell no. So if Lonnie Michael Felts needs to knock boots and he has exhausted all his resources in finding a prostitute I think its completely appropriate to use all means necessary, including 911. No right minded judge would disagree.


I had no idea Bruce Willis had fallen on such rough times. Sad.


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