Fla. Man Arrested Over Vulgar 911 Call About Viagra

OAKLAND PARK, Fla. --

A man faces charges after he called 911 claiming he had overdosed on Viagra and describing his symptoms explicitly, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office.

The 911 dispatcher received the call at 12:34 a.m. Jan. 16. According to BSO, a man using a fake name called from a cell phone and said he had taken too many Viagra pills.

Police said the man used vulgar language, explicitly described what was happening to him and claimed his wife was performing a sex act in order to help.

Deputies and paramedics went to the Oakland Park address the man gave to the 911 dispatcher, but the homeowner said no one there had called 911.

Police said the 911 dispatcher received a second call from the same man on a cell phone, citing the same address. Deputies returned to the house, and the homeowner again said no one there had called for help, police said.

Last month, deputies went back to the home and played a tape of the 911 call for the homeowner. He identified the caller as Matthew Wade Douglas, 28, and said Douglas, who is not married, had lived at his home briefly while dating his daughter.

Investigators found Douglas already in jail on unrelated charges of disorderly conduct and violating a municipal ordinance for having an open container. He now faces additional charges of misusing the 911 system and making an obscene or harassing telephone call.

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