Raibin Raof Osman Makes 911 Call Over Botched McDonald’s Order … The Great OJ Theft


Question: Is not receiving your orange juice in your McDonald’s fast food order worth going to OJ_MCDSjail over?

Answer: For 99.9% of sane people the answer would be yes.

However, not for 20 year old Raibin Raof Osman who spent the night in jail after he called 911 to complain that his orange juice was left out of his drive thru order. You just can’t make this stuff up. Osman, up for a Darwin Award this year, actually called a 911 operator to complain that he did not receive his orange juice box in his meal. Which does lead the the conclusion that the roads of all evil lead back to OJ.

Osman was booked Monday night on accusations of improper use of 9-1-1. He bailed out Tuesday. The offense is a Class B misdemeanor punishable in Oregon by up to six months in jail and a fine of $2,500.

The Volokh Conspiracy has the Oregon statue and asks, do you think he violated it? We wonder why our courts are tied up with frivolous cases? Some common sense would be nice and a slap upside his head might be in order.

Posted May 29, 2009 by
Arrest, Bizarre, Crime, WTF | 9 comments

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    9 Responses to “Raibin Raof Osman Makes 911 Call Over Botched McDonald’s Order … The Great OJ Theft”

    1. Dolf on May 29th, 2009 7:25 am

      he should been thrown in jail for going to McD in the first place

    2. Greg the Critic on May 29th, 2009 8:02 am

      My mom does this with a Joe Pesci bronx accent. :-)
      “You go to the drive through and they never get your order right. Well, it seems like never. Actually, they DO get the order right about 50% of the time. The other 50% of the time, something is wrong with the order.

      Odd, when you think about it, really. I would think that if you’re going to screw up an order, then you would want to be screwing up an order of someone who is eating inside the restaurant. That way, when they discover that they got BLANked, they could calmly go to the counter and get their order corrected. It’s an inconvenience, but a minor one.

      When they BLANK you at the drive-thru, however, it is usually later on when you discover that you got blanked. You get your food and then drive back home or to work or to wherever you were headed with your meal. You finally get to your destination and then realize that the food that you ordered is NOT in the bag that you’re holding. To correct the situation then, requires another drive back to the restaurant you just came from. Quite often, you don’t even have time for that crap.

      As I said, that’s only half the story…

      The other thing that really pisses me off about drive-thrus is their NEED to upsell me. I order a burger and a drink because I want a burger and a drink. If I wanted fries, I would have ordered them. Simple concept. Right? Not to the people running these places.

      There must be some sort of standard training video that drills into the heads of the staff, the concept of upselling other items to me. That really doesn’t bother me. It’s inconvenient, but only in a minor way.

      The thing that really bugs my ass about it is that they are rude about the upsell process. The person on the other end of that drive-thru speaker can’t even wait for me to finish placing my order before trying to sell me fries. In fact, they are SO concerned with selling me those blanking fries, and interrupting me to ask if I want them, that they inevitably have to ask me to repeat my order because they weren’t listening to me when I was ordering!

      Here’s a tip for anyone who works in a drive-thru. Wait until I completely finish ordering. Then, and only then, ask me if I want more than I ordered. And, get my order right!”
      Joe Pesci, Lethal Weapon movie.

    3. flippy on May 29th, 2009 8:09 am

      Edit: The “Answer” should be

      Answer: For 99.9% of sane people the answer would be NO.

    4. Jack Hammer on May 29th, 2009 8:41 am

      Who the heLL is he supposed to call when they screw up your order. He paid for something he did not get. That is a crime.

    5. john morgan on May 29th, 2009 10:47 am

      he is a complete idiot. he should be boiled in a vat of french fry oil.

    6. Carpe on May 29th, 2009 9:21 pm

      You know, where I come from, we try starting with the effing store manager… and then work our way up the food chain. I only go 911 on dat azz on
      special occasions.

    7. Patti on May 30th, 2009 3:24 pm

      If in doubt, call your mommy!


    8. nurturer on May 31st, 2009 10:41 am

      Super Size that dunce!

    9. ANewGirl on May 31st, 2009 4:26 pm

      I’m feeling that slap upside the head for this Lummox. Honestly—What the **** is WRONG with people???


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