A little kindness sure does go a long way and a recent card delivered to West Shore RCMP in Langford, B.C. is proof.\nIn a rather unexpected turn of events, the police received a thank-you card from a woman who spent multiple nights in jail.\nEditor's Choice: Canadians Earning Less Than Usual Right Now Could Get $500 Per Week Via The CRB\n\n@WestshoreRCMP don’t often get thank you cards from people who “stay” with us, but this was sure nice to see. 4.5 star rating to boot! 😀 pic.twitter.com/3vfLhzQOG4— West Shore RCMP (@WestshoreRCMP) January 18, 2021\n\nThe RCMP detachment posted the hand-made card on Twitter, saying that they "don’t often get thank you cards from people who stay' with [them], but this was sure nice to see. 4.5 star rating to boot!"\nThe card read, "I was nervous about staying with you guys during my trip to the island, but I wanted to let you know that I appreciated how helpful and kind everyone was." \nIt concluded with a thank-you for care and kindness and a 4.5-star review. \n\nAccording to CTV News, the card was from a woman who spent multiple nights in jail, though RCMP could not share why she was in custody. \nThe front of the card read "if, for some reason, our airplane was experiencing problems, I would help you with your oxygen mask before adjusting mine." \n"And that's against sky code," said the inside of the card.