When life gives you lemons you make lemonade. When winter in Canada gives you a ton of snow, you sculpt a car made of snow. 33-year-old Montreal machinist and artist Simon Laprise, a resident of the borough Ahuntsic-Cartierville, spent his Sunday afternoon molding the recently fallen snow into a DeLorean DMC-12, we all know was made famous by the movie Back to the Future.
Laprise's finishing touch was placing a rejected windshield wiper on the car's "windshield," appearing as if it were the only part of the car left exposed. The solid creation took around 4 hours to create from start to finish.
After finishing, the police drove by to check the snow removal zones around 1am when they came across the snowy vehicle. The interaction resulted in a rather comical amazing photo of the officer, staring suspiciously at the mound, ticket book in hand. Until more arrived to see what the issue was.
Amused by the false DeLorean, the officers left Laprise's car with a ticket under its single wiper, reading, "You made our night!! Hahahahaha :)". The car was demolished by snow removal crews later on Monday morning, according to Global News.
This isn't the first car he's sculpted out of snow and Laprise says he will continue. Saying, "It's fun, it's free and the snow keeps its form." All in good fun..