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WATCH: In Most Adorable Thing You'll See All Day, Cop Pulls Over His Baby daughter For A Traffic Violation

Written By Shloak Prabhu | Mumbai | Published:

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  • A viral video of an Orlando police officer and his daughter is melting hearts across the internet
  • The video shows Orlando police officer Alex Kipp pulling over his toddler daughter for driving on the wrong side of the road
  • 'I don’t believe this is a laughing matter,' Kipp said in the video, which just prompted Talynn to giggle some more, before she was 'let off with a warning'

A viral video of an Orlando police officer and his daughter is melting hearts across the Internet. 

The video shows Orlando cop Alex Kipp pulling over his daughter for driving on the wrong side of the road. The offender is Kipp's 10-month-old baby who was just having a good time cruising around in her toy car and unknowingly breaking the rules. Ever since the video surfaced online, Officer Kipp has won the hearts of Netizens for abiding by the law. The video also shows Kipp asking his daughter to 'present her papers'. 

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The Orlando cop was arriving home after a long day at work and spotted his young daughter Talynn on the wrong side of the road. Seeing his daughter, Kipp followed the standard procedure and asked for Talynn's license, registration and her proof of insurance. Reacting to her father's demand, the toddler just burst out laughing as she was happy to see her dad get back from work.

Here's the video that was tweeted by Orlando's Police Department:

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Looking at the adorably hilarious outcome of the video, Kipp was not expecting that this would turn out to be a funny content for Netizens who have had a great time laughing. 

“I don’t believe this is a laughing matter,” Kipp had said in the video, which just prompted Talynn to giggle some more.

The video was recorded and initially posted on Facebook by Talynn's mother Chelle Elizabeth. Elizabeth narrated the whole scene and said how her daughter was too excited to see her father get back home. Speaking to the media, Elizabeth said:

“We just told him we were out for a walk as he was coming home. I knew she would be excited to see him…she didn’t disappoint.”

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Talynn was allowed to go with a warning, the Orlando Police department tweeted, joining in on the fun.

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