Biker and father Luc Perreault is a motorcycle-riding, tattoo-sporting, beer-drinking man. Even he admits he looks like he’s the type of guy who would “eat your soul if you stare at me wrong.”
But don’t judge a book by its cover.
In July 2013, Luc was test-driving his mom’s motorcycle when he decided to take a quick break. He pulled into the parking lot of a Tim Horton’s restaurant in Canada. Since Luc tends to stand out in a crowd, he caught the attention of a curious little girl standing nearby with her mother.
Instead of being scared or intimidated by the big, burley man, this little girl simply wanted to say hello. The girl smiled at Luc and said hi. “Hello,” he replied. It was a short and sweet exchange.
But the girl’s mother grabbed her by the hand. Luc could hear her say, “We don’t talk to dirty bikers” as the pair hurried off.
Later that day, Luc took to Facebook to pen an open letter to the mother who pre-judged him, and his words quickly went viral…
[H/T: Luc Perreault / Facebook]
Biker and father Luc Perreault wrote the following open letter on his Facebook page. It quickly went viral for all the right reasons.