A Massachusetts boy called local police to informthem that his father had committed a trafficviolation.
Robert, a 6-year-old from Quincy, called 911 after hisfather ran a red light while the two were out runningerrands.
"Daddy went past the red light," Robert said duringthe call, which was shared toQuincy police's Facebookpage.
Robert went on to provide the dispatcher on the other end with more detailed information,explaining that while his father drives a black truck he was behind the wheel of his mother'sbrand new car at the time of the incident.
"We had to go to the car wash and then he went past the red light," Robert continued.
The dispatcher then asked the boy to put his father on the phone and Robert can be heardtelling him that he received a call.
Upon learning Quincy police were on the other end of the phone the father laughed andapologized for both running the red light and his son's call and assured that no emergency hadtaken place.
The station explained that oddities like this occasionally get mixed in with the waves oflegitimate emergency calls.
"Every day we answer numerous 911 calls. Often times, these calls are from individuals who arein need of immediate assistance," they wrote. "Sometimes, it's a simple misdial. Then there'sRobert's 911 call."