Video footage has emerged on social media (below) of the moment that a Nebraska State Trooper came across a suspicious looking vehicle in Chadron, USA.
In the footage, Sgt Mick Downing exits his vehicle and walks over to the driver’s side of the ‘Mustang’ in order to speak to the ‘driver’ after the ‘vehicle’ had been left in a precarious position.
The video starts with the trooper confirming to his control room that he is going to be ‘out with the vehicle’.
When he walks over to the driver’s side of the car he realises that it is, in fact, a snow
He reacts by saying:
‘What the heck!? Some people make snowmen.
‘Not the people in the northwest corner of the panhandle. They make snow cars. Snow Mustangs’.
In keeping with the good spirit of the situation, the trooper then ‘issues a ticket’ to the snow-vehicle as part the joke.
Just who made the sculpture and why remains a mystery.
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