- An interesting video has shown some police officers going around to make Christmas very beautiful for people
- With a bodycam on, they gave $100 (GHC600) to each set of people they interacted with, telling them that it is a gift from Ocala Police Department
- Many beneficiaries of the policemen's kindness were very surprised to get such money from officers on the road
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Officers from the Ocala Police Department in Florida, US, have been spotted in a viral video playing Santa Claus.
In a clip shared by Ayo Ojeniyi, an officer stopped a female motorist and said that he will be blessing her with $100 (N41,016) bill. When the woman heard it, she asked if he was serious.
After giving her the money, the woman who could not really believe what just happened screamed:
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"Thank you, Jesus!"
Another part of the video showed the moment a different officer stopped a motorist at night. He asked if the person had ever had good police encounters. Afterwards, he handed the person another $100 (N41,016).
They showed love
They did this severally in the clip. At a moment, a policeman approached some women at a place that looked like a park. When he gave them the same amount, they initially thought he was joking.
While the police were busy spreading love a few days to Christmas, their bodycams captured everything.
Watch the video below:
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