Apparently miffed at being stuck in traffic, presidential candidate John McCain's younger brother Joe called 911 in the fall of 2008 after getting stuck in traffic near Washington's Wilson Bridge.
When the operator chided him for the decidedly non-emergency call, the younger McCain cursed at him and hung up. His lesson clearly unlearned, McCain later called 911 again, this time to complain about a message left on his voicemail by the first emergency operator.
He later apologized and withdrew from campaign activities. Asked for his brother's response to the brouhaha, Joe McCain said, "He's not going to be happy about it, I'm sure."
See the screwups of Campaign '08.