Daughter's reaction to being ‘pulled over' by police officer dad is priceless

Young daughter giggles when dad asks for license, registration

An Orlando police officer went viral for "pulling over" his 10-month-old daughter.

This little girl’s reaction to being “pulled over” by her dad, who is a police K-9 officer in Central Florida, couldn’t get any cuter. 

Talynn, 10-months old, can been seen in a video in a toy car on the road with her dad’s Orlando police car behind her. 

As her dad, Officer Alexander Kipp, walks up to her, he says, “Excuse me, ma’am. License, registration and proof of insurance, please.” 

The sweet girl starts laughing at her dad, to which he responds, “I don’t think this is a laughing matter.” 

That only brings more adorable laughter.

News 6 was the first TV station to speak with Officer Alexander Kipp after the video became a worldwide sensation, including coverage on national and internet TV shows and websites.

Within a few hours, Kipp said the video had half a million views.

"I'm from Germany and my family is still over there and they said, 'Hey, you made the news over here!' Kipp said. "It's pretty overwhelming. We just shared it with friends on Facebook. We didn't think it would take off like it did."

Kipp explained how his daughter loves to see his squad car lights lit up.

"I know she likes the lights," he said. "I flip the lights on behind on her and did a traffic stop and she started laughing. It's good to see her happy, and that everyone else gets to enjoy it now."

After the traffic stop, her dad was off to protect and serve.

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Posted by Chelle Elizabeth on Saturday, June 22, 2019

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Stacy is a Social Media Producer for ClickOrlando.com and has been with News 6 since 2018. She graduated from the University of Florida with a B.S. in advertising and a Masters in social media/mass communications.

It has been an absolute pleasure for Clay LePard living and working in Orlando since he joined News 6 in July 2017. Previously, Clay worked at WNEP TV in Scranton, Pennsylvania, where he brought viewers along to witness everything from unprecedented access to the Tobyhanna Army Depot to an interview with convicted double-murderer Hugo Selenski.