The Sherrif’s office in Dade County, Florida say a Florida man repeatedly called 911 to report that his roommate had stolen his marijuana.

A deputy for the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office posted a Twitter response to the man’s calls Saturday night and told him to stop calling.

Deputy Neal Zalva says in the Twitter video that he called the man back to tell him to quit contacting the sheriff’s office about his stolen marijuana. Zalva recorded the video as part of the agency’s #TweetAlong program, which allows viewers to get a behind-the-scenes look at police work.

Although recreational marijuana use is illegal in Florida, a spokesman said that no charges were filed against the caller.

Such elegance!

A security guard in Waukesha, Wisconsin had to call police after he handcuffed himself on purpose.It happened Friday morning inside a Bath and Body Works store. 

Police say the man told them he was bored, so he put the handcuffs on. He forgot the keys at home.After officers freed him, they say he hid the handcuffs from himself so he wouldn’t put them on again. 

He said this wasn’t the first time he handcuffed himself and didn’t have the key. It also probably isn’t the last time. The man is obviously a repeat offender.

You win some, you lose some. Although “you lose some, you lose some” would probably be the more appropriate idiom here. A man from Washington state experienced a lose/lose situation when his car was stolen while he was busy robbing the business across the street.

At around 6:00a.m. Sunday, Kennewick Police responded to reports of an auto theft. The owner of the vehicle, William Kelley, called police saying that someone had stolen his red, 1992 Chevy pick-up. According to police, a man noticed that Kelley had left his keys behind on the seat and stole the truck.

After surveillance video was analyzed, police discovered that the reason Kelley had left his truck was because he was  stealing items from a business across the street.

Kelley was of course booked in the Benton County jail on a warrant and a new burglary charge. He car was not found.