Called the police to solve cheese argument

Called the police to solve cheese argument
Norway: Staff at a gas station and the customer could not agree on how much cheese it should be on the hamburger. Then they called the police.

The time was 3:45 at night when the police got a call from the Esso gas station at Kjeller in Oslo.

- We got a message that it was an argument at the gas station. But when we arrived it turned out not to be so serious: It was an argument about how much cheese it should be on the hamburger but it should not be something to bother the police with, operations manager Patrick Solberg in Romerike police, says to

How much cheese the hamburger ended up with remains unknown.

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