A Florida man was arrested for calling 911 to ask dispatchers to find the singers Drake and Lil Wayne, authorities said.
The 28-year-old Fellsmere man was arrested Tuesday on a misdemeanor abuse of 911 charge, according to an arrest report.
The report said the man called 911 and told the dispatcher "find Drake, find Lil Wayne, they know who I am." He hung up but when the dispatcher called him back he "began to ramble random codes" and said they "need to figure out the movie 'IT, the scary movie,'" the report said.
When officers arrived at his home, the man was in the parking lot shouting that he was God and that the officers needed to find him Drake and Lil Wayne, the report said.
The officers told him he couldn't call 911 unless it was an emergency but he replied that "he could call 911 for whatever he wanted" and told the officers they should just take him to jail. He was given a warning and the officers left.
But according to the report, the man called 911 two more times shouting about needing to speak to President Donald Trump and ranting about government conspiracies involving the president, the report said. Officers went back and took him into custody.
The man was booked into the Indian River County jail, where he remained held on $500 bond Friday, records showed. The report said he may suffer from mental health issues.