A young crank caller dialled 911 nine times to tell the police how much she hated them – and demand they bring her French fries.
The unidentified youngster made the bizarre series of calls from an address in Clemson, South Carolina, on between 8am and 11am EST Wednesday morning.
She also went silent on the line, and told dispatchers that they were stupid, all while cackling with delight.
The little girl dialed 911 nine times to say how much she hated police – before demanding they bring her french fries (File photo/Shuttersock)Clemson City Police Department shared details of her antics in a Facebook post, which included a map of a small area they pinpointed the calls as coming from.
The post said: ‘Fun fact… we do not deliver fries, or any other food stuff, to your home.
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‘Which is why it confounds us completely when we get nine 911 calls from a “911” phone requesting fries with a non-existent shake.
‘Yes… you read that correctly… and hopefully in the voice of Ed Rooney… “NINE. TIMES.”‘
Clemson PD said the crank calls were made from one of these three streets, and have appealed for parents in the area to warn their children about the consequences of making crank 911 calls (Picture: Clemson PD)The post continued: ‘Another fun fact… every time someone calls 911 for a “goof,” you’re tying up a line reserved for actual emergencies… and likely costing someone precious moments they’ll never get back when those moments could be the difference between receiving the help they need or not.
‘The caller was, as stated, a young female, who enjoyed asking the dispatchers for fries, giggling uncontrollably, playing the quiet game, or telling them (the dispatchers) they were stupid while describing her dislike of the police.’
Clemson PD say they believe the youngster may have been calling from an old, deactivated phone with no cell service.
Such devices still have an inbuilt feature which allows them to dial for help in an emergency.
Officers say they have no plans to press charges, for now, but warned they may take action if the nuisance calls continue.