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Recording of four-year-old boy’s emergency call goes viral after police respond to “come over and see” his toys

Recording of four-year-old boy’s emergency name goes viral after police reply to “come over and see” his toys


A RECORDING of a four-year-old boy’s emergency name 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 to not share”.

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Constable Kurt with the younger boy, who dialled 111[/caption]

The teen known as 111 – New Zealand’s emergency providers quantity – and was instantly requested to elucidate what the difficulty was.

“That is police, the place is the emergency?,” an operator is heard saying.

“Hello… Police woman?,” a smooth, younger voice replied.

“Sure. What’s occurring?” the dispatcher stated..

“Um, can I inform you one thing?” the boys asks, earlier than including: “I’ve received some toys for you.”

“You’ve received some toys for me?”

“Yep. Come over and see them!” the younger boy stated earlier than his dad picks up the cellphone and confirmed it was all a mistake.

However the operator nonetheless sends out a patrol automobile to check out the child, with the dispatcher saying: “There’s a four-year-old there who’s wanting to point out police their toys, over.”

When cops confirmed up, the little boy confirmed them his choice of knickknacks.

One officer, often called Constable Kurt, later confirmed that the boy did certainly “have cool toys”.

The pressure shared a photograph of the Constable with the boy sitting fortunately on the bonnet of his police automobile and sporting the officer’s hat.

He additionally was handled to turning on the automobile’s flashing lights.

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