WATCH: Dad questions little girl about stolen jacket and she handles it like a pro

Mila and her dad Ehab. (PHOTO: Twitter/screenshot)
Mila and her dad Ehab. (PHOTO: Twitter/screenshot)

A video of a dad gently interrogating his two-year-old daughter after she came home with a jacket that wasn’t hers is the cutest thing you’ll see today!

In the clip, Ehab Rahman from Raleigh, North Carolina in the US, is seen questioning his daughter, Mila, about a pink and grey Nike jacket he found in her backpack, Daily Mail reports.

The adorable little girl explains that she bought it for “five moneys from the jacket store,” Buzzfeed News reports.

Her dad then asks, “Does anyone in your class wear the same one?” to which Mila responds that fellow pre-schooler Connor wears the same jacket.

But it turns out the jacket belongs to another little girl in her class.

Mila’s mom, Ranya Samara, said she knew the jacket didn’t belong to Connor and remembered that Mila had mentioned a girl in her class when she was first asked about the jacket.

“So I texted that girl’s mom and she’s like, ‘Oh, that’s hers, hahaha, she can keep it.’ But we went to their house the next day and returned it,” Ranya said.

Twitter users were quick to praise Ehab for how calmly he approached the situation.

“Awww, respect to those parents for disciplining their daughter and teaching her that what isn’t yours must be returned, no matter how much you want it,” one person wrote.

“I absolutely love this. See how no sweat was broken? No shouting? No belting? When he asked, ‘Does anyone else have this jacket?’ ” another added.

Some people also praised Ehab’s expert interrogation skills.

“You all ignoring how the father is questioning her like he’s from the FBI,” user @TaymoorK said.

Another tweeted, “Everyone’s talking about the five moneys but are we going to ignore the flawless line of questioning going on here?”

Sources: Daily Mail, Buzzfeed News

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