Some people find joy in creation while others take pleasure in destruction. One group of scumbags received a beautiful lesson in karma when their attempt to destroy a giant snowman backfired.
A snowman from Northern Kentucky made national news after surviving a hit and run with a 4×4. What the vandals didn’t know was that the massive Frosty was built upon an equally massive tree stump.
Cory Lutz built the snow giant in his front yard with some help from his fiancée, Lucy, and her sister, Laura.
According to local Fox News affiliate, Fox 8, Lucy was “elated to experience the biggest snowfall she’s ever seen!” The trio had spent their weekend sledding, throwing snowballs, and building a 9-foot “Tree-Stump Frosty.”
Neighbors came out to laugh and drivers honked their horns while the group was working. “However, evidently not everyone was a fan!” said Lutz.
Lutz arrived home from work to find the tree stump exposed from Frosty’s base along with a set of tire tracks.
“Apparently Frosty had been handing out life lessons to surprised 4×4 vandals. ‘You reap what you sow!’ Still standing, and still smiling – He certainly had the last laugh!” Lutz said.