Surrey RCMP is looking for a very adorable senior who patiently waited to take a photo with Mounties at the Surrey Vaisakhi Parade, earlier this month.
Twitter user A. Thakar shared the photo of the man online, saying that he waited 20 minutes to take a photo with the Mounties. However, the senior didn’t have a camera and Thakar snapped the photo for him.
“He just wanted the honour of standing alongside two @SurreyRCMP members. I’m sharing his picture as a reminder that simple photo opp can mean so much,” wrote Thakar, on Twitter.
This gentlemen waited nearly 20 minutes in line yesterday & when his turn came, he told me he didn’t have a camera. He just wanted the honour of standing alongside two @SurreyRCMP members. I’m sharing his picture as a reminder that a simple photo opp can mean so much. pic.twitter.com/WHk66T0f0V
— A. Takhar (@amdtakhar) April 21, 2019
Surrey RCMP retweeted the photo, saying they are looking to identify the man so they can send him a copy of the photo.
We would love to present this gentleman with a copy of this photo from the Surrey Vaisakhi Parade. If anyone knows who he is please contact our Diversity Unit at 604-507-5949 or [email protected] @OMNIpunjabi @RED931FM @ChannelPunjabi https://t.co/YZJjPjg33A
— Surrey RCMP (@SurreyRCMP) April 29, 2019
“We would love to present this gentleman with a copy of this photo from the Surrey Vaisakhi Parade.”
If you know who this senior is, call Surrey RCMP’s Diversity Unity at 604-507-5949 or email [email protected].