'GRANDMA'S GONNA BE MAD': Michigan boy calls 911 to ask for McDonald's

Iziah Hall, from the USA state of MI, called the police on Sunday after getting hold of a deactivated phone and connecting it to WiFi, ABC 13 reported.

A MI boy with an emergency craving called 911 last week to place an order - and he ended up getting it delivered.

She later told the news station parents needed to be aware of their children being able to use deactivated phones to call emergency services by connecting them to WiFi.

Iziah connected to dispatcher and asked her, "Can you bring me McDonald's?".

The dispatcher crushed his request saying, "No I can't bring you McDonald's".

Patterson was on his way to the home to make sure everything was okay, and made a decision to stop by McDonald's to surprise the toddler.

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"I figured - hey, I'm driving past McDonald's on my way there and I might as well get him something", Patterson told the outlet.

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.

When he arrived, there was no answer at the home.

Upon arrival, no one answered the door, so Officer Patterson knocked on Izaiah's window.

'I think the first thing he said to me was, "My grandma's gonna be so mad, can you please go away?"' Patterson.

The officer delivered the food to Iziah and used the visit as a learning lesson. The officer was happy to oblige and even picked up some McDonald's for the boy.

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