Canadian Man Tricks Police by Making Snow Car And Even Received a Fake Parking Ticket
A Canadian man fooled police by making a snow car and parking it illegally on a road. Simon Laprise sculpted a Delorean out of snow in four hours that were available in plenty outside his Montreal home. The car, Deloreon DMC-12 was made famous in the 1980s movie, ‘Back to the Future’. Laprise a woodworker by profession made the snow car to fool the snow removal guys, but it was the police who first noticed it. The 33-year-old woodworker thought of only having a laugh, but the police pulled over to write a ticket.
He also posted pictures of confused policemen standing next to the car inspecting the car on social media. In parts of Canada, parking in a snow removal zone where plowing is scheduled is prohibited. The police may have stopped for the same reason. It was only on further inspection they found out that it was not actually a vehicle, but just snow! The police then left a fake ticket on the car which read, “You made our night!” in French.
Here is the snow car:
Then the police showed up:
Here is what they left behind:
Reportedly, Laprise joked that the vehicle had been “towed to the snow depot” and said that it was destroyed when the snow was cleared off the roads. Well, that’s quite a funny story for Laprise to narrate and it’s great that the police took jokingly. The incident got viral after Laprise shared it on his Facebook page ‘L.S.D Laprise Simon Designs’. His post has over 1,000 likes and more than 2,700 shares.