A hungry five-year-old boy in the US called 911 and asked the dispatcher if they could bring him McDonalds - and surprisingly a cop bought it for him.
Iziah Hall, from Michigan, was home-alone when he used an old phone that could only call 911 to order his food WZZM-TV reported.
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"Can you bring me McDonald's?" He asked when the call was answered.
Dispatcher Sara Kuberski told Hall she couldn't, but she reported the call to Wyoming police officer Dan Patterson.
"I was laughing to myself. Five-year-old calls dispatch and orders McDonald's," Patterson told WZZM-TV.
He decided to make a welfare call to the boy’s house and, as there was a McDonalds on the way, he stopped and got Hall some dinner.
When he got to the house Hall wouldn’t answer the door.
"I think the first thing he said to me was, 'My grandma's gonna be so mad, can you please go away?'" Patterson told WZZM-TV.
The policeman stayed with Hall until his grandmother returned and taught him about when it is appropriate to make 911 calls.