UAE Police gift electric car to 4 y/o boy who dreamed of owning one

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Before giving the little boy a new toy electric car, the the UAE Police took four-year-old Mohammed Al Harmoudi, on a "happiness patrol".

Four-year-old Mohammed Al Harmoudi, battling a health condition, had always dreamed of owning an electric car — and now the United Arab Emirates (UAE) police turned Santa for him. Abu Dhabi police surprised the boy with an electric car — a sweet weekend gift.

Before giving him a new toy electric car, the the UAE Police took the boy on a “happiness patrol”, The Khaleej Times reported. The police also gifted him a goodie bag, along with the electric car.

Abu Dhabi police took to Twitter to share a video of the incident, which is as heartwarming as it can get.

In the video clip, we can see Mohammed, excited, being welcomed with a bunch of colourful balloons. He is dressed in a blue shirt and jeans with a policeman’s cap.

While being taken into the car for a ride, Mohammed examines the vehicle’s dashboard and steering wheel. The officers then gift him the electric car.

Visibly excited, the boy makes himself comfortable inside the car, holding a toy gun. He gleefully shows a thumbs-up to the camera.

Since being posted, the video on Twitter has garnered at least 1.1K views. The video went viral on Facebook too.

To fulfil Mohammed’s wish, the Abu Dhabi police worked in coordination with the Make-A-Wish foundation.

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