Christian Luckett, 20, has been charged with one count of disorderly conduct while intoxicated after placing 10 calls to 911 to complain about his service at a Skyline Chili restaurant in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Officers led Luckett out of the restaurant earlier in the evening for not paying for his food, according to Hamilton County court documents, reported FOX 19.
Documents do not indicate the nature of Luckett's grievance with Skyline Chili's service.
Luckett was allegedly drunk when he called the police and demanded officers come to his home for a domestic disturbance -- but he was really just mad at Skyline Chili's. Cops arrested him at his apartment.
Luckett waived his right to a lawyer and pleaded not guilty in a Hamilton County court Wednesday afternoon, reported the KY Post. He will appear in court again July 12.
Previously, a Connecticut man called 911 to report that a deli had delivered the wrong sandwich order and a Florida woman called 911 after receiving a bad manicure.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story incorrectly identified the restaurant where the incident took place.