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A kid pranked a police station and his parents made him write this brilliant apology letter

His prank call consisted of him saying “deez nuts.”

FILLED WITH REGRET and probably some embarrassment, an 11-year-old boy in the US handed in an apology letter to his local police station.

He had called them up and shouted “deez nuts” down the phone. His parents found out and made him write this:

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The police station in Georgia has put the letter up on its website, saying they were “surprised and a little bit gratified” to receive it.

The full, and completely adorable, apology letter reads:

Dear emergency dispatcher,
I am writing a apology letter for what I did last night. Last night I called and said ‘deez nuts’. I know this was stupid but I was not listening to myself but I knew it was wrong. Please forgive me for what I said. I know there will be consequences for my actions and I will not complain about them.
Again please if you can forgive me if you can. What happened was that me and my friends were talking and I got dared to call you. I would get nothing out of it and only get in trouble for it.
In the end I got in trouble for it and this is a letter for you. I am sorry for what I did and hope that you can forgive me.

It turns out that after he dropped in the letter, he got a full tour of the station – but his parents still haven’t let him off the hook just yet:

The 911 staff was impressed enough to accept his apology and to take him and his parents on a tour of the facility to turn the trip into a positive experience. His parents still have him on “lockdown” for the prank.

Still, “deez nuts” was an inspired choice and his letter is just perfect – we hope he doesn’t feel too bad about the whole ordeal.

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