4-year-old calls the police for the most adorable "emergency"
ยท Oct 21, 2021 ยท NottheBee.com

A four year old boy in New Zealand was forced to call the police when his dad was just a little too busy to play with him and his toys...

New Zealand Police shared a clip of that emergency call on Facebook because according to them, it was just "too cute not to share."

"This is Police, where is your emergency?" the operator asks.

What comes after that question isn't always this sweet...

"Police lady?... Can I tell you something?" a soft spoken boy (with an adorable accent) asks.

"I've got some toys for you," he tells the operator.

Naturally, the operator is intrigued, "You've got some toys for me?" she exclaimed.

Fun toys but no one to play with?! I don't care what anyone says but I'm pretty sure that counts as a real emergency.

The boy tells the operator to come over and see his toys.

He's really talking them up at this point.

The operator asks where he is but then you hear a shuffle on the other end and an adult male answers, and sounds a little confused.

The operator confirms with the boy's father that there is no real emergency there.

Hasn't she been listening?? HE HAS TOYS AND WANTS ๐Ÿ‘ YOU ๐Ÿ‘ TO ๐Ÿ‘ SEE ๐Ÿ‘ THEM ๐Ÿ‘

Some people never listen... ๐Ÿ™„

The operator gets off the "emergency" call and sends out a police dispatch (finally taking her job seriously).

"There is a four-year-old there who is wanting to show police their toys, over."

"Constable Kurt from Southern District Police responded by arriving at the child's house and was shown an array of toys. He also had a good educational chat with the child and his parents about only using 111 for emergencies ๐Ÿšจ," the force wrote on Facebook.

And guess what?

Constable Kurt confirmed that the boy did in fact "have cool toys."


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