Florida boy calls 911 because he's hungry, so cops bring him a pizza
Local law enforcement in Florida used a recent 911 call to teach a boy a lesson about emergencies. It was also an excuse for their social media team to use the hashtags "#speedydelivery" and "#pleasedontcall911fordelivery".
According to the Sanford Police Department's Facebook page, three officers responded to a 911 call that came from a young boy in suburban Orlando. Turns out the child was hungry and wanted to order a pizza. When the officers arrived at the home for a well-being check, the boy's older sister explained that they were fine -- she didn't realize her younger brother had grabbed the phone.
After first teaching the unidentified boy about the proper uses of 911, the cops then went out of their way to show what swell folks they were by bringing the boy a large pie from Pizza Hut.
And probably setting a terrible precedent in the process