Man calls 911 to ask for sex with a female officer

Joshua Basso  
By: Shifra Unger 

A man called 911 to request a female officer with whom he will be able to have sex with, according to police reports.

There is nothing wrong with being attracted to women in uniform, but do not take it too far.

A Florida man repeatedly called 911 and asked for female police officers to come over to his house to have sex with him, according to press reports.

It was an emergency that Joshua Basso, 32, of Dover called the 911 hotline seven times before police arrived at his home, according to a statement released from the Office of the Hillsborough County Sheriff.

Police officers put him under arrest but that was probably not the way he wanted on Thursday and charged him with seven counts of making false 911 calls. Basso allegedly confessed to the misuse of the system.

This is not the first time Basso called 911 for "sexual gratification," the press release says. He sought the love of local authorities in 2009, according to press reports.

This latest arrest is the 14th for Basso in the Office of the Hillsborough County Sheriff, according to records.