CINCINNATI -- A man's surprise for his father, a huge Bengals fan, has gone viral.
All caught on video, the son first surprised the dad with a hat. Then, an autographed jersey signed by Andy Dalton.
The dad was ecstatic.
His son then pulled out two tickets to Sunday's Bengals game against the New York Jets at Paul Brown Stadium and two plane tickets. The son also booked a hotel room and planned an entire weekend trip for the two of them.
The father was speechless and began to cry.
The dad had never been to an NFL game or ever owned a signed jersey.
Best present ever?
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