Since its release in 2013, the Disney movie “Frozen” has enchanted people across the world and encouraged them to “Let it go.”
The story of two sisters, one with magical snow powers, and true love is an adventure that is hard to forget.
It has even inspired people to create singing compilations of some of the melodic songs and young girls are seen running around in Elsa and Ana costumes.
But this is something we haven’t seen yet.
A man dressed as Elsa had to give the Boston Police a helping hand after the 37-year-old saw the department wagon stuck in a snowbank.
Jason Triplett was inside a Boston bar when he noticed the stuck vehicle and went out to brave the storm.
Before everyone’s eyes, the Disney princess came to life. Triplett is first seen giving directions to the driver, but when it seemed all hope is lost, he took matters into his own hands.
Using his bare hands, Triplett pushes the department wagon out of the snowbank and to the street.
As they reach the street, a passerby offers to help, but it is clear Triplett, as Elsa, has everything under control.
The cold never bothered her anyway.
The video was posted by Christopher Haynes and has since received 7.9 million views.
After the job is done, Triplett comes back and curtsies to the people filming in the bar.
“Everyone will be over it by noon,” he said. “But if this is my 15 minutes, I would like to leverage it to meet Adam Rippon.”
We are glad Triplett decided to use Elsa’s powers for good.
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