Think about your last 911 call, if you’ve ever needed to call the emergency number in your life. What did you call the police for? Hopefully, it was for something more important than getting tomatoes on your chicken sandwich. On September 21, Peel Police tweeted a recording of a 911 complaint where a man called about getting tomatoes on his chicken sandwich.\nDuring the call, the man first claims that he has been threatened by the restaurant owner. The 911 operator then asks, “And what did the owner say to you?” The man replies, “Well, I ordered a chicken sandwich, and basically the owner, I told him right before I ordered I can’t eat tomatoes. Because I’m allergic.”\nApparently, the man had also gotten tomatoes on another order the previous week at the same restaurant. He doesn’t say if he had also mentioned being allergic to tomatoes that time.\nThe 911 operator calmly says, “Okay, so, this has nothing to do with the police. Okay, sir? Much less 911. Please don’t call 911 in the future for fried chicken mishaps.”\nA restaurant getting your order wrong is NOT an emergency.A better way to deal with it would be to speak to the manager or call head office.P.S. Tomatoes don't belong on ANY sandwich.Change my mind. #NotFor911 pic.twitter.com/hWgyHGtC9c— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) September 21, 2019\nPeel Police used this as an opportunity to remind people that 911 phone calls are not a solution when a restaurant gets your order wrong. The line should be reserved for true emergencies only. Though, they managed to throw in a bit of fun when they said, “P.S. Tomatoes don't belong on ANY sandwich. Change my mind.”\nAs expected from such a post, Canadians responded to the tweet and joined in on the fun. The best part of this is that Peel Police’s Public and Media Relations Officer, Cst. Akhil Mooken, took the time to reply and debate about tomatoes on sandwiches.\nHopefully he ordered another one before doing that. Otherwise that's just cruel.— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) September 21, 2019\nWe’re cool with that.— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) September 22, 2019\nAs long as it’s not a sandwich😁— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) September 22, 2019\nThose do look delicious! Just not on a sandwich😁— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) September 22, 2019\npic.twitter.com/92unIYliaV— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) September 21, 2019\nEveryone listen to Karl!— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) September 21, 2019\nI've never met a BLT I liked.— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) September 21, 2019\nThis isn’t the first time that Ontario police have received bizarre 911 calls. Just two weeks ago, they had to deal with 911 butt-dials after 2000 accidental butt calls. A couple of months back, Peel Police had to remind people that it was normal for ice cream trucks to travel around in the summer and to not call 911 about it. Even earlier in the year, Ontario police had to tell people to stop calling 911 to complain about raccoon sightings.\nDisclaimer: Cover photo used for illustrative purposes only.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.