WAUKESHA, Wis., Nov. 14 (UPI) -- Police in Wisconsin said a man called 911 to demand officers remove a snoring woman whose name he didn't know from his bed.
Waukesha police said local man Benjamin Duddles called 911 around 4:21 a.m. Nov. 10 and said he needed officers to remove a woman who was "snoring like a train" in his bed, the Chicago Tribune reported Thursday.
Duddles, who admitted he had been drinking, told the dispatcher he could not remember the woman's name and he had brought her home because they had been "talking."
Duddles held the phone up in his bedroom to give a sample of the snoring sounds to the dispatcher, who sent officers to the home.
The officers woke the woman, who told police she suffers from sleep apnea, a condition that can cause loud snoring.
The police report said officers told Duddles they would not forcibly remove the woman from his apartment.
"He was advised this was not a police matter because he allowed her in. He was provided the comfort of his couch for the evening and to work out the 'issue' in the morning," the report said.