You might not expect a lunch at Burger King to be a meal you'd never forget, but that was certainly the case for ElizaBeth Hoskinson Gross and her daughter JadeLynn. The pictures below prove it.

"I was allowed to witness one of the most beautiful acts of kindness I think I have ever seen today," Tara Murphy, a friend of Hoskinson Gross', recounted in a Feb. 21, 2016, Facebook post.

According to Murphy, 4-year-old JadeLynn wanted nothing more than to take a cop out to lunch for her birthday. Murphy reached out to a friend of hers and made the dream come true.

That's all thanks to Clarksburg Police Officer Markie Waggamon, who went above and beyond the call of duty in this instance. The officer came to the lunch with a little surprise. Check out the following pictures (the last one says it all):

"There is nothing more beautiful that seeing a child's eyes light up and seeing their dream come true," Murphy remarked in her post. Family and friends chimed in to express how touched they were by the West Virginia officers' actions. Waggamon and JadeLynn had a nice chat over their meal. He footed the bill, even though the 4-year-old insisted on paying. The officer came with gifts, which JadeLynn opened. Hoskinson Gross noted in a social media post of her own that the officer even let her daughter sit in his car. "Not only did he help celebrate her birthday but he helped her learn how brave police officers are," the mother said.

It was a lunch date that none of the involved parties will soon forget, especially little JadeLynn. Perhaps the 4-year-old has a future in law enforcement, as you can see in this last photo: