& # 39; You've received a ticket to be too cute & # 39 ;: Kansas boy, 7, cuddling older people while dressed as a police officer during nursing home visits
- Oliver Davis, 7, visits elderly residents in nursing homes twice a week
- The schoolboy claims to be a police officer during a visit to the nursing homes
- His mother, Brandi Davis, says her son has distributed more than 15,000 flowers
- She said her son believed he was a real police officer and his job was to help people
This is the heart-warming moment that a 7-year-old boy posing as a police officer visits a nursing home in Kansas to cheer up the elderly.
Oliver Davis visits two nursing homes every week. After giving each citizen a flower and a card with the text & # 39; Violation – you have received a card to be too cute & # 39 ;, he offers them a hug. The astonished older citizens are always committed, with one crying out, "That's the first hug I've had in 10 years."
Oliver & # 39; s mother, Brandi Davis, explained: & # 39; Oliver believes he is a real police officer. One day we discussed the role of a police officer and I explained how they are there to help people.
Seven-year-old Oliver Davis dresses like a police officer while visiting elderly people in nursing homes in Kansas City to spread a good mood
Oliver shares & # 39; tickets & # 39; to the retired people before they get a flower and give them a hug
His mother Brandi Davis said her son has done this twice a week for the past two years
& # 39; He said he was a real police officer, so he had to help people. We went to get some flowers and brought them to his nursing home for great-grandmothers and spent them.
& # 39; After the first nursing home he was addicted. This was two years ago. At the first nursing home, he said it's okay to give them a hug? And I said absolutely! & # 39;
She said her son handed out about 15,000 flowers to residents in nursing homes in Overland Park, Kansas City, USA last year.
She added: “He got into the car a few months ago and said, wow, I just feel so good after that.
Mrs. Davis estimates that her son has distributed more than 15,000 flowers
Davis said her son is convinced that he is a real police officer who is spreading the hugs
Before giving an old person a hug, he hands them a & # 39; ticket & # 39; with the warning: & # 39; Violation – you have received a ticket to be too cute & # 39;
& # 39; So I know it affects him, as do the older citizens, who are all surprised at his generosity and kindness.
& # 39; We make people cry when they hug him and don't want to let him go. We have to pry him out of their arms.
& # 39; I told a lady she hadn't had a hug in ten years. He tries to chat with every resident and my favorite rule of the day is always when he asks: "Do you want a hug?" & # 39;
A lady said she hadn't had a hug in ten years before meeting the young officer
. [TagsToTranslate] Dailymail