A man called Greater Manchester Police to complain that a prostitute had not given him enough time.
The angry customer rang officers to say he had paid for 30 minutes but she had only provided 10 minutes.
The unusual objection was made to police in north Manchester who posted this tweet.
It was the latest in a series of bizarre complaints to police across Greater Manchester.
In July, a woman rang 999 when staff at a gym wouldn’t let her in – despite the fact she didn’t have a valid pass.
And in June, a Salford pensioner alerted officers that his wife was "driving him round the bend".
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Greater Manchester Police are calling for more victims of forced marriage to come forward.
It comes ahead of a documentary tomorrow evening, which follows officers over an 18 month period, as new laws were introduced making it illegal to coerce a person into marriage.
Across Greater Manchester officers have had to deal with more than 200 cases involving honour-based abuse reported to them by young women.
They say the number of male victims remains unknown. Ralph Blunsom reports
- The charity Saheli Asian Women’s Project in Manchester can offer help on this issue. Click here to find out more.
Three people broke into a home in Rochdale and stole money.
It happened sometime between 1.30pm and 8pm on Wednesday, July 29.
Police said an Audi car pulled up at the junction of Broad Lane and three men broke into the home and searched a number of rooms before finding money and stealing it.
It is believed the three men got back into the car and drove off.
“The investigation has been ongoing and we have now managed to obtain a CCTV still of three men we are keen to trace and speak to.
"I would ask people to take a good look at the picture and if they recognise the men, to phone police.”
- Anyone with information should phone police on 0161 856 4619 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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50-year-old Jerry Hennelly was last seen at his home in Heaton yesterday when he left to go to Manchester. It is also thought his silver Renault Scenic was spotted on St Peter’s Way last night.
Jerry is described to have an Irish accent and was wearing a blue checked shirt, jeans and dark trainers. Anyone with information should phone police on 101.
A man is critically after a hit and run in Rochdale. The 52-year-old was walking on Featherstall Road in Littleborough yesterday morning, when he was hit by a silver Mitsubishi Shogun Estate.
The car then hit a lamppost which went through the window of a house. No one else was injured. Three men were seen getting out of the car before running off.
Police are appealing to anyone who knows about the car with the registration, YS53 YFK to contact them on 0161 856 4742.