A Pennsylvania man was arrested and is facing drug charges after he butt-dialed 911 while meeting with his drug dealer.

Butt-dialing (also known as “pocket dialing”) is when you unintentionally call someone while your phone is in your pocket, allowing the receiver of the call to hear whatever you’re doing at the moment.

It’s happened to everyone at least once — either you have been butt dialed, or you were the one doing the butt dialing.

The worst times to butt dial?

1. When you’re cheating on your significant other … and you accidentally butt dial them

2. If you’re a teenager, and you tell your parents you’re just going to a friend’s house … and you unintentionally butt dial your parents while you and your buddies are out partying at 2 a.m.

3. When you’re getting drugs from a drug dealer … and you unexpectedly butt dial 911.

Number three happened to 24-year-old Justin Kryzanowski, who accidentally called the police while he while he was sitting in a car making a drug deal.

According to reports, police listened in on the whole conversation and traced the call back to Kryzanowski’s apartment, where they found various prescription meds, drug paraphernalia, brass knuckles and syringes full of Suboxone — a medication used to treat opioid addiction.

During questioning, Kryzanowski, speaking in slow and slurred speach, told police that he met with his friend “Rick,” who gave him the Suboxone, which subsequently took. (Sidenote: So we’re snitching on our drug dealers now? Damn.)

After all was said and done, Justin Kryzanowski was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and prohibited offensive weapons.