A Man Glammed Up As Elsa From 'Frozen' Freed A Police Car From The Snow

"Elsa had it taken care of."

Elsa just couldn't let it go when he saw a police wagon stuck in the snow.

Boston attorney, Jason Triplett, 37, had already decided to have some fun in the snow by dressing up like the Disney queen, when, by chance, he stumbled upon a police wagon in need of a rescue — and the best part was that it was all caught on tape.

"He was like 'I wanted to blend in tonight so I threw this on," said Chris Haynes, a patron at the pub, The Gallows, where Triplett was hanging out with friends, in an interview with People. "Nobody even knew this cop was stuck, but he ran out to help."


Triplett managed to bring some fun to the third snowstorm to hit the East Coast in the last few weeks by frolicking around in his Frozen garb.

"First of all … I would just to say that regardless of the obvious similarities, this is NOT me," he captioned a video on Instagram.

In the video showing the Frozen queen's heroic act of bravery, onlookers can be heard yelling "Come on, Elsa!" and "Let him go!"

"I feel a little guilty we didn't help push," Haynes told The Washington Post. "But Elsa had it taken care of, clearly."

After the strenuous act, Elsa or Jason, had one request, telling People, that he hoped to leverage his "15 minutes" to meet Adam Rippon.

The U.S. Olympian figure skater responded, telling Entertainment Tonight, "They say not all heroes wear capes, but sometimes they do."

Cover image via Micha Weber / Shutterstock.com.


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