Dad passes out candy on flight so child won't miss trick-or-treating

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Since his young child had to be on a plane during prime trick-or-treating hours, one man completed his entry for "dad of the year" with a creative gesture.

Fellow passenger Stephanie Kahan told KTLA the dad passed out candy to all passengers on his flight from Boston's Logan Airport to San Francisco International Airport Monday evening.

He left a note explaining how he didn't want his 3-year-old daughter (who was dressed as an adorable doughnut) to miss out on the festivities.

He asked passengers to drop candy in her basket when she walks down the aisle.

Kahan tweeted a photo of the note the father left and the sweet girl in action:

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@stephaniekahan I dutifully hand my (imagined) dad of the year award to this gent. Well done.
@stephaniekahan @KMMsports what a great dad this guy is to do this for his daughter. . .👏🏾👏🏾
@BobbieKelsey @stephaniekahan @KMMsports that was G brother...
@stephaniekahan Thank you for sharing this. After having a rough day, seeing something like this makes everything feel just a little better.
@stephaniekahan just realized the words are in the shape of a pumpkin 🎃💕
@stephaniekahan I bet not one person passed that candy back. Everyone on that plane turned into a kid on Halloween on that flight ❤️
Was about to get very upset it was another parent apologizing for having children on a plane with candy. This is so… https://t.co/rrWk0YxgPK
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