The best thing about the story of Jon Omer Sengul isn’t that he called 911 to complain about a prostitution transaction gone awry, but rather that he seemed to know exactly what he was doing and didn’t much care. And yes, his name being Jon is also kind of fun.
When contacted by police, Sengul “began to make incriminating statements,” prompting Officer Gregory McDonald to read him his rights. After saying that he understood the Miranda warnings, Sengul continued his tale of woe.
Sengul said that he offered the four occupants of another motel room $500 “in order for one or more of them” to come to his room and “have sexual relations with him.”
At this point, McDonald “clarified” with Sengul that he was admitting to soliciting another person for sex. Sengul reportedly confirmed that was exactly what he had done.
Continuing, Sengul said that he called police because “after giving the individuals the money they did not come to his room to engage in the aforementioned sexual relations.”
Unfortunately for him, he didn’t get his money back. It would have come in handy when it came time to pay his bond, which was fittingly set at $500.