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Man Denied Refund for Condoms Accused of Calling 911

ENGLEWOOD, N.J. -- Police said a man called 911 and reported a robbery after a gas station employee refused to give him his money back for an unopened box of condoms.

Police said officers responded quickly to the call on Sunday and found a gas station worker who fit the description of the robber given by the caller.

Police said the 21-year-old man told them he called 911 and made the bogus report to help him get his money back.

Police charged him with making a false report.

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