The Associated Press reported that a 5-year-old MI boy had a taste for some fast food, and thought that making a call to emergency services would help to make it happen. To his amusement, the police ended up delivering fast food to his house.
Dispatcher Sara Kuberski says she told him no but reached out to the police, WZZM-TV in Grand Rapids reported.
"I was laughing to myself".
Yahoo Lifestyle was not able to locate Officer Dan Patterson for comment.
'I figured, hey, I'm driving past McDonald's on my way there and I might as well get him something, ' he said.
Patterson did end up picking something up from the fast food restaurant before heading to the boy's home.
Upon arrival, no one answered the door, so Officer Patterson knocked on Izaiah's window.
Patterson said when he showed up, Iziah was initially anxious that his grandmother would be upset that he'd called the police and asked him to leave.
A sign stands outside of a McDonald's restaurant in San Francisco, Feb. 9, 2009.
Sara Kuberski was the dispatcher who answered Iziah's call.
"We all thought it was really cool that Officer Patterson went over there with the McDonald's so it kind of made our night", says Kuberski.
We all know the only time we should call the cops about McDonald's is if we see the Hamburglar on the loose.
Dispatcher: "Kent County 911 what's your emergency?"
Thankfully, Izaiah's grandmother wasn't mad - she was happy he learned that 911 is used for emergencies only, and wanting McDonald's does not qualify as one. Or as in this child's case, hunger pangs.