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When a Louisiana Taco Bell allegedly ran out of tacos, a consumer called the city's police department to denounce the "farce."
The Slidell Police Department took its Facebook page on Monday to share "another story of" We can not do this ".
"Someone called to complain that the Taco Bell on Gause Boulevard has run out of both hard and soft heels," the post said. "While this is really a parody, the police can not do anything about it."
Taco Bell did not immediately respond to the request for comments from USA TODAY.
This is not the first time that a consumer calls the police to report that a restaurant is running out of an item or is missing from their order.
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In 2017, at a McDonald's in Indianapolis, a fight broke out over McNuggets with two customers jumping through the drive-thru window. Another client recorded a video that went viral.
In 1999, the then University of Kansas player, Dion Rayford, became famous after he tried to get angry through a Taco Bell window in Lawrence, Kansas, to reach the employees who forgot a boat in his departure order. .
However, the 6-foot-3, 260-pound senior defensive end did not get inside the restaurant. He was seen stuck in the middle of the window opening of 14 by 46 inches when the police arrived.
Contributing: Dwight Adams, the star of Indianapolis
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