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Police delivered pizza to a boy who called 911 because he was hungry.
<p>Officers in Sanford, Florida, were sent on a “well-being check" on Friday after five-year-old Manny Beshara called the emergency number and told the operator “he was hungry and wanted to order pizza."</p><p>In a Facebook post, Sanford Police Department explained: “After arriving on scene, officers met the young boy and his older sister. She told officers they were fine and her brother had grabbed the phone without her knowledge."</p><div class="rm-shortcode" data-rm-shortcode-id="e0a740a11b19333a2e9503fa9774fe3f"><div class="fb-post" data-href="https://www.facebook.com/SanfordPolice/photos/a.252556338138523/2422523071141828/"></div></div><p>The officers “used it as an opportunity to teach about the proper use of 911," then did the decent thing “and bought a large box of pizza and personally delivered" it to Manny. </p><p><div id="action_button_container"></div></p><p>But the story did not end there as Manny and his sisters decided to return the favor on Monday, taking pizzas to the police department for the officers to enjoy.</p><p>Sanford Police Chief Cecil E. Smith told clickorlando.com: “Something suspicious, dial 911. Ordering a pizza, well, maybe not 911. </p><p>“I think the little man understands now what 911 is about but having the officers go out and have that life experience with the young man — that is outstanding."</p><p><div id="c7da91bc-8e44-492f-b7fd-c382c0e55bda"></div></p>
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