A four-year-old boy’s ambulance call record went viral after police responded to a request to “come see” his toy.
New Zealand police officers shared the hilarious record, saying it was “too cute not to share”.
The young man called 111 – New Zealand’s emergency number – and was immediately asked to explain what was going on.
“This is the police, where is the Ministry of Emergencies?”
“Hello … Police?” A quiet young voice replied.
“Yes. What’s going on?” the dispatcher said ..
“Um, can I tell you something?” The boys ask before adding, “I have toys for you.”
“Do you have any toys for me?”
“Yes. Come to them!” Said the boy, before Dad picked up the phone and confirmed that it was all a mistake.
But the operator still sends a patrol car to check on the child, the dispatcher says: “There is a four-year-old child who wants to show the police his toys.”
When the police showed up, the little boy showed them his choice of trinkets.
One officer, known as Constable Kurt, later confirmed that the boy did “have cool toys.”
The forces shared a photo of the constable with a boy happily sitting on the hood of his police car and wearing an officer’s hat.
He was also treated to flashing headlights in the car.
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