Police officer surprises teen with Ariana Grande tickets
EDMOND, Okla. – The last thing you want to see while driving is flashing lights in your rear view mirror. However, it turned out to be a pleasant surprise for one teen, KFOR reports.
"He like, turned on his lights and I looked at my mom and was like, 'You've got to be joking me," Hirn said.
"I just need you to look over this citation, make sure everything is correct on it," said Officer Josh Smith, with the Edmond Police Department.
Little did Katie know, this was all a stunt.
Her mom was setting her up for a big surprise with tickets to see her favorite singer in Oklahoma City this April.
"Wait, what?" Hirn said.
"Feel free to thank your mom for this," Smith said.
"Are you serious?" Hirn asked.
"I freaked out," Hirn said. "I honestly started crying."
It took three months for Katie's mom to set up the surprise with the Edmond Police Department, with help coming in the form of her neighbor, Officer Josh Smith.
"I have been begging my mom to get me these tickets for the longest time," Hirn said.
But it didn't happen without some stress involved.
"I know I was going like 43. I was too afraid to go 45, which is the speed limit," Hirn said, while waiting for Officer Smith to return to her car.
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