Nobody wants to get called out by the police on Twitter. Especially not if you prank call or butt dial 911. But that's the case for some people who were at Wonderland on October 25. Halloween Haunt is under fire from York Regional Police after people called 911 while at the event.\nYork Regional Police sent out a tweet late on October 25 about people calling 911 from Halloween Haunt at Canada's Wonderland.\nThey are asking people to be conscious of what their phones are doing while they're at the theme park and actually turn off their phones because of how many non-emergency calls they got on the emergency line.\n"Listening to you giggle & scream is getting tiresome," the tweet said.\nAll those at WonderlandNews for the Halloween Haunt please do us a favour & turn off your cell phones Listening to you Giggle & Scream is getting tiresome I have taken 4 in the last 5 mins & people with real emergencies are waiting Cell locations ar… pic.twitter.com/yX5Ur7ZCLh— York Regional Police (@YRP) October 26, 2019\nHalloween Haunt is an annual event at Wonderland during September and October that is all about spookiness and getting scared.\nWonderland turns into a "scream park" and there are special attractions like haunted houses and mazes where people get scared by people dressed up as monsters.\nIt's unclear if people accidentally called 911 as they were running through haunted houses with their phones clutched in their hands or if people were trying to show off in front of their friends while at the park.\nBut with four phone calls in only five minutes, it's hard to imagine just how many calls went to 911 during the entire night from Wonderland that had nothing to do with emergencies.\nView this post on Instagram Do you prefer the park during the day 🌞 or at night 🌙 ? Use the icons to vote! 📸@wcrobart #CanadasWonderland #tuesdaythoughts A post shared by Canada's Wonderland (@canadaswonderland) on Oct 22, 2019 at 2:23pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Ready for the weekend. #halloweenhaunt A post shared by Anthony Farnell (@anthonyfarnell) on Oct 18, 2019 at 2:33pm PDT\nThe frustration with the people who called 911 from Halloween Haunt is crystal clear in the York Regional Police tweet.\nAnd some people who replied to the tweet thought it was funny themselves but others were not too pleased to hear what happened.\n"People...really? 911 is no laughing matter," one person said.\nSomeone else suggested the police start charging people who call 911 when it's not actually an emergency but someone else said "they're probably just kids. A warning would do perfectly honestly."\nWhether the calls that came into York Regional Police form Halloween Haunt were pranks or just accidents, they still tie up the line for real emergencies.\nSo be more cautious with your phone because you don't want to be subtweeted by York Regional Police.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.