Kentucky driver was rude to awaken after apparently trying to snap a snowman – just to hit the stump under the tree
Kodi Lutz built a snowman at his weekend with his family in Petersburg. He told Fox Affiliate WXIX-TV that his fiancee and soon-to-be-daughter-in-law would play in the snow when they decided to build the big "Frosty."
"We played in the snow, it's from Mississippi, so it's the most snowy cover she ever saw in her life."
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I'm from Buffalo, so that's not a big deal, "Lutz said. "I love the snow!"
The trio used a wood stump as a base for Frosty, and covered the open bark with snow.
When Lutz returned from work on Monday, he noticed traces of tires that stretched through his yard to the base of a snowman
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"Instant karma!" Lutz said the news station, adding that someone apparently tried to cross a 9-foot tall snowman before hitting
He said the situation was "lively" and added that "what is happening happens to good and bad ways, so I guess everybody learns a valuable lesson from Frost. "