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Driver tries to run over 9 foot snowman in neighbors yard but gets dished instant karma
It's safe to say Frosty got the last laugh.
Jaclyn Abergas
01.02.23

When Cody Lutz came home that Monday, he learned someone wanted to destroy his snowman.

Cody Lutz built a 9-feet high snowman on his property along with his fianceé, Lucy, and Lucy’s sister.

They were so proud of the work they’d done since not everyone has the resources to create a triple-decker snowman.

Cody and Lucy just bought a house in Petersburg, Kentucky.

Cody, a Buffalo, New York native, has lots of experience with snow.

But Lucy grew up in Mississippi, where they only get a maximum of one inch of snow per year if they’re lucky.

Usually, they only get 0.1 to 0.3 inches of snow.

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Kentucky, however, can get anywhere from six to eighteen inches of snow each year.

That’s a lot of snow.

That is also why Lucy and her sister were excited to build their first snowman.

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Cody was excited to help them and they decided to build a special one for their first snowman.

Usually, snowmen had two sticks for their arms and stones, buttons, or something big and solid for the nose, eyes, and mouth.

For the Lutz’ snowman, they still used sticks for the arms and rocks for the eyes, mouth, and down the body.

They also added a wood piece that looked like an inverted letter T for their hat.

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They added one more part though and this additional part was the key to adding height to their snowman.

There was a big tree stump in their yard and they used this as a base for the snowman.

They covered the entire stump with snow and placed the top two tiers of the snowman on top of the stump.

Now the snowman was almost as high as their house!

Well, almost.

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Having a snowman in your yard is fun.

It keeps the holidays fun and lets you escape your problematic reality.

Every house should have one in their yard.

However, there are some people who either don’t like it when your snowman is bigger than theirs, when you have a snowman and they don’t, or when they don’t like when you have a snowman.

Or maybe they’re just bullies.

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Well, these bullies decided to take matters into their own hands, Cody would discover.

He came home on Monday after work and discovered tire tracks leading to their yard going toward the snowman.

The culprits had no idea there was a stump on the bottom and, instead of destroying the entire snowman, they just hit the stump.

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The impact did shake off some snow and revealed the wooden base.

It also caused the stones to fall off but they had already been imprinted on the snowman.

It looked like no one was home and no one saw who did it so the perpetrators were able to get away.

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But they definitely did not leave unscathed and they experienced instant karma.

“I think he got the last laugh for sure,” Cody said when he pointed to the snowman.

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Learn more about the instant karma this snowman gave when you watch the video below.

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By Jaclyn Abergas
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Jaclyn Abergas is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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