"A South Carolina man who called police to complain that his cocaine dealer gave him the wrong change was in custody Thursday.
Police arrested Dexter White, 41, after he called 911 to report that his dealer charged him $60 for only $20 worth of the drug, The Smoking Gun reported.
White made the call at 4:30am local time April 29, complaining about his raw deal.
He initially asked a dispatcher to send a canine unit to investigate his claim, a transcript of the 911 call showed.
After explaining his problem, the operator asked, "OK, you said you bought some drugs from them, and they didn't give you your change back?"
White was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge and booked into the Charleston County Detention Center. He was jailed in lieu of a $400 bond, The Smoking Gun said." - via Fox News NY