Karma came frozen this year.
A family in Petersburg, Kentucky, built a 9-foot-tall snowman this weekend. It was the most snow that Cody Lutz’s fiancé had ever seen, since she’s from Mississippi, WXIX reported.
Lutz, who is originally from Buffalo, built his soon-to-be wife a huge snowman using a large tree stump to help shore up the base, he told the television station.
But when Lutz got home from work Monday, he noticed two tire tracks through the yard. He thinks someone drove into the yard trying to knock down their snowman but ran into the stump, WXIX reported.
“Instant karma,” Lutz told WXIX. “It’s hilarious. You know, what goes around comes around, in good ways and bad ways. So, I guess everyone learns a valuable lesson here from Frosty.”
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