A six-year-old boy who loves police officers donned his mini uniform and set up a lemonade and donut stand to say thank you to his local cops.
Oliver Davis is obsessed with the boys and girls in blue and invited them around for a snack so he could “say thank you and give them a hug”.
But his mum Brandi, 37, was astonished when more than 100 officers answered his video invite by popping over for a glass of lemonade served by the schoolboy.
Adorable videos show the cop-obsessed lad standing greeting officers from his homemade stand while pouring them a glass and handing over donuts.
Cops from a dozen stations across Kansas dropped by and little Oliver got a chance to sit in their patrol cars and on their motorbikes.
And when it was time for them to leave he even gave them an escort off his street in his very own tiny motorised cop car.
Proud mum-of-three Brandi said: “He has a relationship with many different police departments throughout Kansas.
“They all love him. He usually calls them ‘his buddies’ and says ‘are we going to go see my buddies?’
“We were talking about thanking the police officers for their hard work.
“He said ‘we should have a lemonade stand’ and I said ‘why don’t we have a donut and lemonade stand’.
“He was like ‘yes of course’.
“We did a video invite and sent it to all the police departments around Kansas City saying we wanted to say thank you for their hard work and how we appreciate them.
“There was no RSVP so I had no idea how many would come. But we had about 100 officers.
“Oliver was great. He greeted them, served them, opened the donut box, everything.
“We’re very, very proud of him.”
Brandi said Oliver has been obsessed with police officers since he got his first uniform aged three.
He has outgrown SIX uniforms – after wearing them almost every day – and regularly drops in to see “his buddies”.
He considers himself a mini cop in the making, and “does his job” by visiting local nursing homes to drop off flowers in his uniform.
“He has been taking flowers up to the nursing homes in his police uniform,” said Brandi, who also has two daughters, nine and 11, with husband Steve, 40, a contractor.
“He says that it’s his job as a police officer, because it’s his job to make people smile.”