Man with Florida tattoo on his forehead called 911 for a lift, but was arrested for weed possession instead

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A 22-year-old man from Florida, so enamoured of his home state that he sports a tattooed likeness of it on his forehead, has been arrested for misuse of 911 and marijuana possession. Treating 911 like a personal taxi service, the man phoned emergency twice during the early-morning hours of last Sunday to get “a ride home,” according to WGN TV , citing a complaint filed with the court. Drake got lit before auditioning for Degrassi, but curiosity almost killed the cat when paranoia made him feel like he “just completely ruined” his life The most honest man told police about finding $400,000 of weed in shed Have 23 kilograms of weed stashed in the house? Then don’t call police to report a suspected robbery The first time he called was after 4 a.m. in the New Port Richey suburb of Tampa, the New York Post reports . A responding deputy with the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office offered to call him a cab, but having no money, police reported he began walking in the direction of his home. The walk didn’t last long, though, since the man then called 911 for a second time, asking to get picked up and taken home. Not getting the response he wanted, he “cursed at the call-taker,” WGN TV reports. That was enough for the deputy, who arrested him, while he was still on the line with 911, according to the New York Post . While carrying out a search, the sheriff’s deputy found an unidentified amount of cannabis. Possessing 20 grams or less of weed in Florida can result in a first-degree misdemenor charge carrying up to a year in jail and a fine of US$1,000 ($1,280). Matthew Leatham faces charges of misusing of the 911 system and possessing weed. Leatham was released on…

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