Metro- A kid in sixth grade, year seven in the UK, has apologised to police after he prank called police.
He told officers he was dared by his friends to do it but his parents found out.
So they ordered him to write to Savannah-Chatham County’s 911 department, took him to the emergency call centre, and made him read his apology to them.
What’s more he’s still grounded for his behaviour.
He and his parents were shown around the 911 call centre and he was educated on how his prank affects genuine emergencies.
Boooooo! Pusssssssy! Listen the 'deez nuts' joke is dead. It's a rotting corpse that is just awaiting burial. However, if there was going to be a remaining situation in which it was still worthy of a laugh it would be a 6th grader using it on the cops. Anything above 6th grade and anything less than the police station and this kid is committing social suicide. However, if you are going to be the bad ass that prank calls the cops you can't turn around and write a shitty apology note two days later. The only thing worse than using a played out joke is not owning it when you get in trouble for it. I mean, his parents grounded him for it anyway. Might as well say 'fuck the police'. It's better to serve a longer sentence in your room, that undoubtedly has television and internet porn, than to accept a plea deal and be the kid that used a shitty joke and ratted on his friends afterwards. You don't stand for nothing you'll fall for anything. Now he's unfunny, his friends hate him, his parents are pissed, and the cops think this somehow means that they won. Street cred is through the basement floor and all he had to do was stick to his guns and not scribe some shitty, barely legible apology. Eazy E just rolled over in his grave and spit an AIDS loogie at this kid. Least gangster thing I have seen from a 6th grader since the entirety of Lil Romeo's career. Maybe his parents will grant him a pardon when they find out he has Parkinson's because there is no way that note was written by a normal, healthy 6th grader.
Lt. Jeff Olson said: ‘Things like this prove that we do make a difference, one person at a time.’
What the fuck is this guy talking about? If his parents didn't find out we're just talking about a 6th grader that got off scot free after prank calling the police. If law enforcement considers this note some kind of win then no wonder they have an enhanced sense of self.