Police visit hotel on karaoke call

June 15, 2010 at 2:06 PM

TOPEKA, Kan., June 15 (UPI) -- Police said they were called to a Topeka, Kan., hotel on a report of a man using a karaoke machine to sing an impromptu early morning concert outside of a room.

Police said a desk worker at the Regency Inn & Suites called 911 at about 7:32 a.m. Sunday and reported a man using an "amped-up karaoke machine" to sing songs in a hallway and refusing repeated requests for silence, the Topeka Capital-Journal reported Tuesday.

Police said the man and his karaoke machine were gone by the time they arrived. It was unclear whether the man was staying at the hotel.

Dispatchers said they did not know the man's set list or whether he sang with any degree of talent.

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