FLORIDA–Emergency dispatchers received a bizarre call Tuesday evening from a Naples man requesting deportation.
Cesar Sanchez, 29, reportedly called 911 dispatchers to ask if he could be sent home to Guatemala, according to the Collier County Sheriff’s Office.
In a translated audio recording released by officials Friday, Sanchez told the dispatcher: “I’m very sick. It’s not an emergency. I just want them to deport me.”
NBC 2 reports the man was riding his bike up and down Bayshore Drive in Naples and repeatedly called 911.
He was later arrested for misusing the emergency number, which is classified as a misdemeanor.
Sanchez remains in custody at the county jail and is being held on a $2,000 bond. He is set to be arraigned on May 31.
It remains unknown when he will be handed over to immigration officials, though it appears Sanchez might just get his wish to be deported back to his homeland, after all.
— Right Ryano🇨🇦 (@rightryano) May 13, 2017
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