Montana motorists were given a festive surprise when they were stopped by the Billings Police Department.
On Nov. 8, officers were tasked with pulling over drivers who had committed minor traffic violations, and then checked to see if they had any outstanding warrants.
According to the Billings Gazette, if found in the clear, the unassuming drivers would receive a written warning, along with a frozen turkey.
In an act of kindness, a local businessman had donated 20 turkeys to the police department in an effort to pay it forward. His only request was for the Thanksgiving centerpieces to be distributed in time for the holiday.
Officer Andrew Sanders told KTVH he was thrilled to be able to spread goodwill across town.
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