Man Found in Pile of Doritos, Other Snacks After Calling Police to Say He’s “Too High”

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A man from Ohio called 911 to complain that he was "too high" on Friday, Oct. 2. AP Photo/Paul Sakuma

Just another Friday night in with the munchies, no big deal. A young man from Austintown, Ohio, is making his rounds on the Internet after calling 911 to inform police that he was “too high” on Friday, Oct. 2.

In a 911 call released online, the 22-year-old can be heard sounding faint as the operator asks him basic questions.

“911, what’s the problem?” the operator answers the call.

“I’m too high,” the unnamed man responds, adding that he “can’t feel anything.”

When asked what drugs he might have taken, the young man pauses briefly before replying, “weed.”

According to the local news report, officers were dispatched to the address the man provided, where his grandfather directed them to an upstairs bedroom. There, the officers could hear “groaning from a room at the end of the hall,” according to the report.

The young man was surrounded by “a plethora of Doritos, Pepperidge Farm Goldfish, and Chips Ahoy! cookies” and was lying on the ground in a fetal position.

He told the officers that he was “too high and could not feel his hands” and admitted that he’d “smoked too much weed.” Upon retrieving the young man’s car keys, the officers discovered a glass pipe with marijuana residue on it, two packs of rolling papers, the remnants of two joints, and a glass jar filled with marijuana in the vehicle.

The man refused medical treatment and has not yet been charged with possession, though the investigation is pending.

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