A RECORDING of a four-year-old boy’s emergency call has gone viral after police responded to a request to “come and see” his toys.
New Zealand cops shared the hilarious recording saying it was “too cute not to share”.
The youngster called 111 – New Zealand’s emergency services number – and was immediately asked to explain what the issue was.
“This is police, where is the emergency?,” an operator is heard saying.
“Hi… Police lady?,” a soft, young voice replied.
“Yes. What’s going on?” the dispatchers replied.
“Um, can I tell you something?” the boys asks, before adding: “I’ve got some toys for you.”
“You’ve got some toys for me?”
“Yep. come over and see them!” the young boy says before his dad picks up the phone and confirms it was all a mistake.
But the operator still sends out a patrol car to check up on the kid, with the dispatcher saying: “There is a four-year-old there who is wanting to show police their toys, over.”
When cops showed up, the little boy showed them his selection of knickknacks.
One officer, known as Constable Kurt, later confirmed that the boy did indeed “have cool toys”.
The force shared a photo of the Constable with the boy sitting happily on the bonnet of his police car and wearing the officer’s hat.
He also was treated to turning on the car’s flashing lights.
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