Police answering 4-year-old's call confirm his toys are cool

New Zealand police have shared audio of a 4-year-old boy making an emergency call asking police to come over and see his toys. Constable Kurt responded and reported back that, 'He did have cool toys.”

10/20/2021 7:05:00 AM

New Zealand police have shared audio of a 4-year-old boy making an emergency call asking police to come over and see his toys. Constable Kurt responded and reported back that, 'He did have cool toys.”

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — An emergency call made by a 4-year-old New Zealand boy asking for police to come over and check out his toys prompted a real-life callout and confirmation from an officer that the toys were, indeed, pretty cool.

The call begins all business: “This is police, where is the emergency?”There’s a pause as the unidentified boy hesitantly says, “Hi,” and then “Police lady?”“Yes,” the dispatcher asks, switching to a friendlier, singsong tone. “What’s going on?”“Um, can I tell you something?” the boy asks, and after being told he can, says “I’ve got some toys for you.”

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“You’ve got some toys for me?” says the dispatcher.ADVERTISEMENT“Yep. Come over and see them,” the boy replies.A man then gets on the phone confirming the call was a mistake, saying the 4-year-old had been helping out while his mother was sick. Read more: The Associated Press »

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Precious! This is the most New Zealand thing ever. Someone was having a slow day... Slow news day, are you sure you haven’t been hacked ? Then the cops beat the boy’s mother for not wearing a mask. Wow interesting! A good feel-good story that's also cute! This is adorable. Thank you, AP, for sharing this with us. 🍀

The news taught us the news had to be non-stop tragedy to sell advertising. And when the news shares a nice story people sometimes get…discombobulated? why you posting this shit First world country problems...

Huh. Nice pr stunt. Now address the authoritarian lockdowns that absolutely are unnecessary and are hurting your citizens THANK YOU I needed this 👍💕 I really needed to see that right now. Thanks. 🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦👨🏻‍🦳👨🏻‍🦳👨🏻‍🦳👨🏻‍🦳 cc CharlieBismuth, définitivement la Nouvelle Zélande ! Might be easier if police just legalized playing with friends in New Zealand.

Cheap PR Love Happy Stories and 4 yr olds and kind police officers.....that's what keeping the peace is all about in a perfect world. Wow. Someone in the US would have lost custody of their child or died or as a result of a 911 call like that. Cheers NZ. Adorable ah, yes. the paradise that is the first world.

Maybe VictoriaPolice can use similar PR marketing tool. The whole world saw how Australian police harrased, abused and beat Ausssies for not wearing masks outdoors AustraliaHasFallen Cops are pretty nice down in the Shire. This don’t happen in the USA. Their parents would be arrested and kids placed in protective custody until a foster home is found.

breaking 😂😂 Nice