Netizens have reacted positively after a photo of a father who undressed his shirt to cover his young child from the heavy storm surfaced online.
The said father had gone for a walk with his son but did not manage to dress heavily or carry the umbrella.
Unfortunately, it rained heavily, and the father was forced to undress his shirt to cover the young son from contracting cold.
This father's love expressed by the man certainly showed the fatherly love which is on another level.
Netizens were charmed by the father action as they expressed their positives thoughts, on the father who risked his health for the sake of his child.
"Very Inspiring," said one of the netizens, who was simply moved by the father's accomplishment.
Another one added, "One in a million" completely impressed by the father's love for his child.
The final one summarized saying "Hats Off" plainly showering praise to the father for doing the unimaginable. Below are some of the netizens' reactions.
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