Hungry five year old boy calls 911 because he wants a Happy Meal and an officer the & # 39; emergency & # 39; deliver
- Charlie, a 5-year-old from Mesa, Arizona, called 911 because he wanted a happy meal
- Charlie confused the dispatcher 911, Anthony Bonilla, with an employee of McDonald's
- It was confirmed that there was no real emergency in the boy's house, but anyway a police officer was sent to the scene
- Officer Randolph & # 39; Scott & # 39; Valdez brought a Happy Meal for Charlie
- The police of Mesa has shared photos on Facebook and has more than 1200 likes
A hungry young boy in Arizona decided to call 911 to order a Happy Meal and Mesa police came to the rescue.
Mesa police say 5-year-old Charlie has called local 911 dispatcher Anthony Bonilla and has sweetly asked if he spoke to McDonald & # 39; s.
& # 39; Hello, this is McDonald & # 39; s? & # 39; Charlie asks, according to audio from the phone call.
Officer Randolph & # 39; Scott & # 39; Valdez (right) brought 5-year-old Charlie (left) a McDonald & Happy 39 after he called 911 and asked for a Happy Meal
Bonilla said: & # 39; No, this is Mesa police. Do you have an emergency? & # 39;
& # 39; Can I get a Mc-Happy Meal? & # 39; Charlie says before she hangs up quickly.
In a follow-up conversation, Bonilla talks to Charlie & # 39; s father who assured there was no emergency at their home in Mesa and that their Charlie probably went to his phone.
Valdez (center) arrived at Charlie's & (39) s (left) Mesa, Arizona, home to deliver the Happy Meal and help the young boy get the & # 39; right & # 39; Learn to call 911
& # 39; It made my day good, & # 39; Bonilla says to Charlie & # 39; s father.
& # 39; He asked me if I was McDonald & # 39; s and if he could get a Happy Meal. & # 39;
Bonilla told Charlie's father that an official protocol would send an officer to their home for a wellness check.
Bonilla said: & maybe he will visit McDonald & # 39; s.
Of course, the responsive officer, Randolph & # 39; Scott & # 39; Valdez, Charlie an afternoon snack.
The police of Mesa shared the cute moment on their Facebook page and has more than 1200 likes from Thursday
According to a post from the police of Mesa, officer Valdez arrived Charlie's & # 39; s house near McKellips and Ellsworth weigh around fourteen to confirm that there was no emergency.
Officer Valdez also spoke to help Charlie learn about the & # 39; right & # 39; time to call 911.
Charlie & # 39; s mother initially shared the photo & # 39; s on her Facebook with the caption: & # 39; Charlie called 911 and asked for a happy meal. How's your Sunday? & # 39;
In a Facebook post, Charlie & # 39; s mother praised Valdez for his generosity and dealing with the situation.
& # 39; The world needs more simple acts of kindness, & # 39; she said.
Charlie & # 39; s mother shared posted photos of Charlie and Valdez on Facebook (photo) with the caption: & # 39; Charlie called 911 and asked for a happy meal. How are you Sunday & # 39;
Valdez's wife even shared photos of her husband and Charlie and said that her husband & # 39; selfless & # 39; is.
& # 39; That's why I married this man, & # 39; she wrote. & # 39; Are selfless acts at work! He wants to teach children that the police aren't just for T-R-O-U-B-L-E. They care about people and are there for holding and supporting. & # 39;
Valdez and Bonilla were also praised by Chief Commissioner Ramon Batista.
Batista told the Arizona Republic: & # 39; We are very proud of how Officer Valdez and Dispatcher Anthony Bonilla responded. They showed compassion and care for a young member of the Mesa community and turned this meeting into a learning opportunity. & # 39;
& # 39; Officer Valdez took the time with this young boy to share the importance of 911 and its proper use for emergencies only. It is another example of the character and strength of our police in Mesa. & # 39;
A department spokesperson wasn't sure how many children call the emergency services, but it happens from time to time & # 39 ;.
911.gov says that teaching children when to call 911 is just as important as learning how to call emergency services.
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