You know you’re a hardcore gamer, when…the police are the first ones you turn to after a network outage. Sony’ PlayStation Network was knocked offline for about three days during Christmas week, and when that happened, a caller to Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office 911 system asked a dispatcher for assistance on the issue. In the 911 call recording obtained by WPTV, the caller asks, “I was wondering, do you guys know anything about that?” Continue reading to listen in on the entire convo.
WPTV says, “The PBSO dispatcher temporarily asks the caller to wait while she asks others about the problem. Then, she returns and tells the caller, ‘Yeah, I guess some people have been reporting it.’ The dispatcher then suggests the caller phone Sony directly using a number that is likely on the machine itself.”
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