Colorado man calls 911 to report that a prostitute has stolen his wallet after they & # 39; closed their case & # 39; and only be charged by the police
- Nameless man accused after reporting that a prostitute had stolen his wallet
- He claimed to have noticed that the item had disappeared after their meeting ended
- Pueblo Police Department accused him of applying for a prostitute in Pueblo
- He was given up to six months in prison for the Colorado crime
A man was charged after calling 911 to report that prostitute had stolen his wallet after their meeting.
The & # 39; unfortunate customer & # 39 ;, who had not been named, was accused of requesting a prostitute after he reported the incident Wednesday night.
Allegedly he picked up the prostitute on East 4th Street, in Pueblo, Colorado, according to a report from the Pubelo police.
It is claimed that the man made the law enforcement call after the couple closed their case & # 39; only became a second upset when he was told that he had committed a crime.
The police said: & # 39; It's a difficult lesson, but you don't get a free pass because you fall victim to a violation while committing a violation! & # 39;
The crime is punishable by up to six months in prison in the state of Colorado.
The man called 911 after he & # 39; unhappy & # 39; was because a prostitute in Pueblo, Colorado, had stolen his wallet after they & # 39; closed their case & # 39;
The police released a statement that detailed the incident and added: & # 39; It is a difficult lesson to learn & # 39;
The message with details about the incident was shared 1,100 times and responded 1,600 times on Thursday by Facebook users.
One person, Sera Ann Rodriguez, wrote: & # 39; Wow !! I think he missed the bus when they shared common sense … lmao !! What an idiot !! & # 39;
Brenda Huerta added: & # 39; He has probably received more than one ticket !!! He'd better make an appointment with the clinic soon !!! & # 39;
& # 39; What an idiot, & # 39; said Cara Bird. & # 39; That is the same as calling and reporting that someone has stolen their drugs. & # 39;
Bernadette Bonetta added: & hopefully learned a lesson. Sins will always find their way. & # 39;
DailyMail.com contacted Pubelo police for more information about the incident, but did not hear back immediately.
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