Gregory Jackson Sr. wanted a cheeseburger. Instead he got a peanut butter and jelly sandwich -- in jail.
The culinary turn of events came about because Jackson, of New Castle, Ind., reportedly dialed 911 nine times on Friday to order a cheeseburger, according to area news station WISH-TV. The dispatcher told the seemingly impaired Jackson that "we don't take cheeseburger orders" and sent cops to his house.
But it wasn't the man's Wimpy-sized hankering for a burger that landed him in the hoosegow. When cops arrived, they discovered he had an outstanding arrest warrantfor a court appearance he had missed two days earlier, according to Indiana-based outlet the Star-Press. So police took in Jackson, who has a long history of alcohol offenses and previously did time for stabbing someone and dealing controlled substances.