Canada Child calls 911 to complain about salad

16:52  14 june  2018
16:52  14 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

A 12-Year-Old Boy Called Police Twice Because He Didn’t Like His Salad

  A 12-Year-Old Boy Called Police Twice Because He Didn’t Like His Salad A Canadian boy has taken his dislike for greens to a whole new level! On June 14, the Halifax District Royal Canadian Mounted Police took to Facebook to remind the community they serve when it is and is not appropriate to call 911 for help. As explained in the post, the clarification occurred after the police received not one, but two calls on June 12 from a 12-year-old child who was displeased with the salad his guardian made for him.

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (Fox 32 News) - A child in Halifax, Nova Scotia, called 911 twice to complain about salad . Halifax District RCMP said on Facebook that the child called on Tuesday evening to complain their parents made a salad he did not like.

"They've involved everything from someone calling 911 complaining that there wasn't enough donair meat on their donair [kebab]," Hutchinson said. "Another one a person couldn't find their TV remote so they called 911 . It's not just children that misuse 911 ."

HALIFAX - RCMP are issuing a gentle reminder about proper 911 use after a 12-year-old called to express their dislike of salad.

The Mounties say dispatchers received a call just before 10 p.m. Tuesday from a youth who said their guardian made a salad they didn't like.

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A second call was made to the emergency line shortly after to ask when police would be arriving, during which the child again expressed their dislike of salad.

Police say officers at the scene took the opportunity to speak to the child about their salad and also about when it's appropriate to call 911.

RCMP spokesman Cpl. Dal Hutchinson says while "many can relate to the dislike of salad at times" the incident raises a more important issue for people of all ages.

He says the improper use of 911 ties up valuable resources and prevents first responders from "dealing with real emergencies."

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