Queen Elsa helps police auto stuck on snowy road

Bessie Dean
March 15, 2018

The Boston Globe reported that Triplett purchased the getup last winter and put it on Tuesday to entertain his friends.

People Magazine reports the man's name is Jason Triplett - a 37-year-old Boston attorney.

And judging by the reaction, he was right. So far, it's been viewed more than 4 million times. She does, after all, have the magical ability to manipulate ice and snow, as demonstrated in this viral video posted Tuesday night, when the latest nor'easter hit the East Coast.

Way to go, Jason/Elsa!

People inside the Gallows bar nearby can be heard cheering "Elsa" on as the van is pushed out of the snow and ultimately back on to the road.

The bar's manager, Allegra Wolff, said the police officer had come in for some burgers and left to find his vehicle was stuck in the snow.

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In the video you can see him in the princess costume as he heroically pushes the large truck from out of the gutter, all by himself.

Christopher Haynes shared the video to Facebook, along with the caption: "Yup, that just happened". After all, the cold never bothered dis bich anyway!

Chris Haynes, a restaurant publicist, was the one who captured Triplett's escapades.

Despite his new-found fame, Triplett insisted: "Everyone will be over it by noon".

"You can't make it up", Haynes said, the Globe reported.

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