I work city ems, which comes with its fair share of both transfers and weird interactions with the citizens. But this takes the cake. We had just finished dropping off a patient at an area psychiatric/addiction facility. I was loading the stretcher into the ambulance, and my female partner was standing next to me. She sees this guy come running up us, and he finally comes to a stop way too close for comfort. He looks clean, dressed appropriately, nothing terribly off about his appearance. Seems like a normal human being. "I'm having a heart attack!" I unload the stretcher and ask him what's going on. "I'm having a heart attack," he repeats. "Alright, any chest pain? Have you had a heart attack in the past? Why do you think you're having a heart attack?" At this point he turns to my partner, and says, "I'm having a heart attack because you're so beautiful." I roll my eyes, and load the stretcher back into the rig, tossing out a comment on how I'm sure she's flattered. I can see she's uncomfortable, so I say bye to this guy and we start to walk to get into the truck. That's when he makes a comment that makes this whole experience enter Top 10 EMS Moment status. "Can I tongue kiss you?" My partner looks surprised and asks him to repeat himself, and I'm not sure if she just didn't understand or was shocked at the comment. I tell him no, we're leaving now, and tell my partner to get in the truck. He starts yelling about how he can't decide between the two of us, and wants both of us. Then comes incredible comment #2. "Can I buy you two?" Now that this "gentleman" is attempting to solicit us, we tell him its time for him to go, and that we're leaving. I jump into the driver's seat, my partner hops into the passenger seat, and I lock the doors. This seemingly normal fella now hurls himself into the passenger door and begins violently gyrating on the passenger door, paired with the weirdest facial expression I've ever seen, as well as making "grabby" hand motions. He even came close to licking the window. This continued until I roll the window down an inch, pick up the radio, and say, "Okay sir, this has been fun, but I'm calling the police now." He gives one panicked expression, yells no, then ran off into the sunset. Or rather, into the other entrance to the facility. Honestly, probably one of the weirdest things to ever happen to me during my career. Me and my partner had a good laugh later, trying to decide how much he was going to offer if we told him he could buy us.