A Michigan Boy Called 911 To Order Maccas

A 5-year-old Michigan boy has his McDonald’s order fulfilled by some amused cops

What do you do when you’re too young to order Uber Eats? Definitely never call the cops. Unfortunately, a 5-year-old boy in Michigan decided to do just that.

The boy, Iziah Hall, called 911 after he had a Maccas craving early Sunday morning while his grandma was sleeping. He had his call answered by dispatcher Sara Kuberski…

Dispatcher: "Kent County 911 what's your emergency?"

Iziah: "Can you bring me McDonald's?"

Dispatcher: "I'm sorry what?"

Iziah: "Can you bring me McDonald's?"

Dispatcher: "No I can't bring you McDonald's."

If you'd like to listen to the full call, you can do so here.

While Sara said she sadly couldn’t fulfill his request, she contacted a fellow officer to help out with the order.

“I was laughing to myself… 5-year-old calls dispatch and orders McDonald’s,” said Officer Dan Patterson.

He decided to drive to Iziah’s home for a welfare check and stopped by McDonald’s on his way there. So instead of investigating a drive-by, he did a drive-thru.

We all know the only time we should call the cops about McDonald’s is if we see the Hamburglar on the loose.

Some other cops who made a fast-foot pit-stop;

Officer Patterson arrived at the home and after knocking on the window, the boy said, “My grandma’s gonna be so mad, can you please go away?”

The McDonald’s meal was eventually delivered, only further reinforcing the boy’s initial beliefs that cops provide a Deliveroo-style service. However, the officer also took the opportunity to educate Iziah on when 911 calls should be made.

Let's hope this service doesn't continue in the future, or the police might end up making a lot of arrests - cardiac, that is!