Thursday, 17 May 2012
William Ferris Calls Cops About Prostitute's Service In White Castle Bathroom
A man has been charged for the second time in two years after he called police to complain about the prostitute he had hired for making love.
William Ferris, 29, originally claimed that his cell phone had been robbed by a hooker called Natalie on Monday.
Officers later discovered that the woman had not stolen the phone from Ferris but that he had struck a deal with her in order to pay for sex in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Ferris came to a deal with the prostitute - who he became acquainted with on a chat line - to take his Samsung phone as payment because he had no money, according to the Smoking Gun.
In April 2010, Ferris also dialled 911 to report he had been robbed by a prostitute in the bathroom of a White Castle fast food restaurant.
When questioned by officers, it became clear he was simply disappointed that his $50 had only bought him.
For the previous incident, he spent a month in jail after receiving a 180-day suspended sentence and was placed on probation for two years.