A Boston man who was dressed as Queen Elsa from "Frozen" was caught bailing a police wagon out of the snow Tuesday, reports The Boston Globe.
Jason Triplett, 37, said he went to the bar with his friends Tuesday night and wore the Elsa costume to "give his friends a laugh." When he noticed the Boston police wagon wasn't able to gain traction during the the third nor'easter storm this month, he sprung into action.
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When Triplett returned to his friends indoors, he was met with applause and even a standing ovation by some.
"You can't make it up," restaurant publicist Chris Haynes said. "The great part of the video is it just sort of shows you his unmitigated commitment to helping get the truck unstuck. That's what makes it really fun."
Haynes' video of the incident had been shared more than 50,000 times as of Wednesday morning.
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