The minor took photos with the military. Photo: Twitter/FronteraRV
A boy decided to celebrate his birthday party with the theme of the Mexican Army in Cancun, Quintana Roo, and alleged elements of the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena) surprised him to take photos.
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The events occurred on Saturday, February 25, in the tourist city, where the boy decided to dress as a military man to celebrate his birthday accompanied by his parents.
According to the Frontera al Rojo Vivo media outlet, who shared images of the celebration, members of the Sedena came to the party to take photos with him and his parents.
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Although they did not give more details about the event, the photographs show the joy of the minor who greeted in military style when the alleged elements of the Ministry of National Defense arrived at the celebration.
In one of the photos, the minor greets a pick-up truck with at least six soldiers in it. On the driver’s door of the vehicle, you can read: “MEXICAN ARMY”, a legend that is accompanied by license plates 086436.
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In another of the images, the child is seen on top of the hood of the military truck, while three presumed soldiers cover him with long weapons. Likewise, the shared photos also show a woman and a man posing with the child next to the military.
The presumed soldiers dress very similar to the military elements, as they wear boots, long weapons, helmets, equipment and tactical vests, and cover their faces with a balaclava.
The “soldiers” at all times cover the legend that says “Mexican Army”, and it is still unknown if the alleged members of the Sedena who traveled in the truck with license plates, are the same ones who posed with the child and his family.
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