Haynes captioned the clip, which has now had over 1.4 million views, "Yup, that just happened". And during Tuesday's nor'easter that swept most of New England, one 37-year-old Bostonian attorney named Jason Triplett stepped up to the plate to push a police wagon out of the snow.
The video, filmed from gastropub The Gallows sees "Elsa" beckon the white police van to back up while dressed in the same iconic turquoise gown she wore to sing "Let It Go".
'Only in the South End and The Gallows'.
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Sarah McGonagall, who shared the video on Twitter, wrote, "A drag queen dressed as Elsa just single-handedly freed a stuck police wagon from a blizzard in the middle of March". Triplett jumped into action, telling his friends to take a few photos and videos to text to their absent friends in their 15-person group message. "He was like 'I wanted to blend in tonight so I threw this on.' Nobody even knew this cop was stuck, but he ran out to help".
"The officers involved were especially grateful for the help and would like to thank the Elsa-impersonator for the assist", said Boston police Officer James Kenneally, a spokesman for the department.
"We were super busy, and Elsa and some of her friends came in and were dancing around having cocktails. It was fantastic. He started pushing with all his might, and finally got the vehicle unstuck".