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Florida Gov. Rick Scott Gives Out Adult Number Instead of Meningitis Hotline

Florida Gov. Rick Scott Gives Out Adult Number Instead of Meningitis Hotline

Gov. inadvertently gives number to adult phone line

By Brian Hamacher
Wednesday, Oct 10, 2012
Updated 11:06 AM EDT

Florida Gov. Rick Scott mistakenly gave out the number for an adult phone line when he tried to provide the number for the toll-free meningitis hotline at a news conference Tuesday.

Scott was at a Cabinet meeting when he directed Floridians to the hotline's 866 number, but he got his numbers mixed up, according to WUSF News.

When WUSF posed the number online, they were notified by a reader that the number Scott gave directed them to a very different service.

“Hello boys, thank you for calling me on my anniversary," a woman's voice says in a recording.

Read more: http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/Florida-Gov-Rick-Scott-Gives-Ad...

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Too funny

even tho it doesn't prove anything, honestly, he could've just erred and transposed the numbers. Happens to me all the time in a rush...still the media will ride with it awhile because it's the only speed they're allowed.

He's a Republican, right? He could be in for a ruff ride then.

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