The Sun: On Tuesday night, in West Midlands, England, a man ordered himself a PROSTITUTE who was advertising in the back section of a newspaper.
When she got there, the man called the police . . . to report that she was UGLY.
He told the dispatcher that he'd asked her to describe herself before he ordered her services. But when she showed up, quote, "she mis-described and misrepresented herself totally." So he thought she should be arrested for false advertising.
The dispatcher hung up on him, but a police officer called back and told him not to call the police to complain about a prostitute's looks again.
He could've been charged with soliciting sex or false reporting, but they let him off with a warning.