Dad Saves Halloween: Father Hands Out Notes, Candies To Plane Passengers For Three-Year-Old Daughter’s Trick-Or-Treat While Stuck In Flight

By Chiara Leghler, Parent Herald November 02, 10:46 am

A father handed out notes and candies in plane in order to let his three-year-old daughter go trick-or-treating while in flight. The father and the daughter, identified as Molly, were on a flight from Boston to San Francisco.

According to reports, the father felt bad for his daughter, who was wearing a doughnut costume for Halloween, because they were stuck on the flight so she was bummed. A passenger, identified as Stephanie Kahan, took to Twitter to post a photo of the note that was passed out by the father and the little girl going from one seat to another as she enjoyed trick-or-treating while on flight.

Kahan wrote alongside the photo that her heart is exploding as of the moment and called Molly's father as dad of the year because of what he did for his daughter, US Weekly reported. In the note that was handed out by Molly's father, he asked if the people on the plane were willing to drop the candies on her daughter's basket.

If the other passengers were not willing to drop the candies, the super dad asked them to give the candies back to them, Sacramento Bee reported. Kahan was interviewed about the incident and she said that before the little girl went trick-or-treating, she overheard the little girl talking about how she was excited about the annual event.

The Twitter post of Kahan garnered more than 78,000 retweets and 140,000 likes. Kahan said that she felt sad for the little girl because by the time they would land in San Francisco, it would be too late for her to go trick-or-treating.

Kahan also noted that she talked about the viral photo and story making rounds on Twitter and the father said he could not believe the buzz over the matter. He also stressed that he did not want to be mentioned by name thus the anonymity of the man dubbed as the dad of the year.

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