One little girl who experienced a bit of stress when her father was pulled over for a routine traffic stop got such a big surprise from the officer, her father had to post about it on social media.
On Aug. 10, Michael Harris was pulled over in Frisco, Texas. His 7-year-old daughter, Mikylie, was with him, asleep in the front seat.
Once pulled over, Harris told Officer Mike Collins he was a concealed carry license holder, showed Collins his registration and let him know he had a pistol on him.
Harris, who is black, asked Collins, who is white, if he wanted the pistol and Collins said that wasn’t necessary.
While the two men were carrying on with business, Mikylie woke up and began to cry, fearful the officer might hurt her father, WFAA reported.
The two men worked together to calm the little girl. After Collins issued Harris a citation, he showed Mikylie the inside of his patrol car, and he even let her play with the lights.
“I don’t want her to feel that way about police,” Harris said, which was why Collins’ kindness meant so much to him.
“It meant a lot to see him take the time,” Harris said.
It meant so much that Harris had to post about the experience on Facebook, where he said he wanted to see more black and white people getting along.
“It was priceless. Hearing ‘Thank you for doing your job’ meant so much,” Collins said.
“It’s a pleasure to see someone raising their children so well,” he added. “It renews your hope in humanity. Mr. Harris is an excellent dad.”
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This might be the best experience anyone has ever had while being pulled over.
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