Man and fiancee build 9-foot snowman in front yard. Motorist apparently tries to destroy it — but karma kicks in instantaneously.

Cody Lutz and his fiancee, Lucy, built up a 9-foot snowman Monday in the front yard of Lutz's home in Petersburg, Kentucky.

A heartless unidentified motorist apparently tried to ruin the winter festivities by attempting to run the snowman down while no one was looking.
What the mystery motorist didn't realize, however, was that Lutz, his fiancee, and his sister-in-law-to-be, shaped the snowman around a large, durable tree stump rooted in the yard.

When they were done, not a shred of bark was visible.
"We were playing in the snow," Lutz told WXIX-TV. "[Lucy is] from Mississippi, so this is the most snow she's ever seen in her entire life. I'm from Buffalo [New York], so this is no big deal. I love the snow!"

When Lutz returned from work later that day, he discovered tire tracks running through his front yard, which led straight to the base of the snowman — as if someone intentionally tried to run the snowman down and destroy it.

The snowman, however, was not damaged at all. Instead, the unidentified motorist likely received a big dose of reality when he or she plowed into the tree stump with their vehicle instead of knocking the snowman over — as apparently intended.
“Instant Karma!" Lutz told the station. “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."
Man and fiancee build 9-foot snowman in front yard. Motorist apparently tries to destroy it — but karma kicks in instantaneously. Man and fiancee build 9-foot snowman in front yard. Motorist apparently tries to destroy it — but karma kicks in instantaneously. Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 06:31 Rating: 5

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