A police officers body-worn video camera has captured the moment a thankful member of the public hugged a police officer after he re-united some stolen items with their rightful owner.
Police body-worn cameras not only capture the dangerous moments which police officers face on a daily basis, but they also capture great moments such as this one.
The 14-second clip was shared on the @MPSTootingTnC Twitter page with the caption:
“Our body worn cameras don’t just catch the evidence.
“They also capture the smiles and feel good factors like this massive hug after PC Knellar and Watford tracked down some stolen items!”.
Unfortunately there is no audio with the clip, but the facial expression of this wonderful member of the public says it all:
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