THIS is the bizarre moment a man dressed as Elsa from Frozen helped push a police car stuck in the snow.
Jason Triplett, 37, a lawyer from Boston, Massachusetts, spotted the trapped vehicle in the city on Tuesday night and sprung into action.
Dressed in the iconic long blue-green gown the character wears in the animated Disney movie as well as a white-blonde wig and huge heels, Jason helped ease the truck out single-handedly.
The unlikely heroic feat was captured by diner Chris Haynes, who was at the South End’s Gallows pub when he whipped his phone out and began filming.
He posted the footage on Facebook and it quickly went viral with more than 4.8 million views in less than 24 hours.
People in the bar can be heard encouraging Jason, as they shout: "Come on, Elsa," and "Let Him Go!"
After successfully fleeing the trapped truck, he turns to his cheering audience and curtsies.
Speaking to PEOPLE, Jason said: “Everyone will be over it by noon.
“But if this is my 15 minutes, I would like to leverage it to meet Adam Rippon.”
He told The Boston Globe he bought the costume last winter and wore it on Tuesday to give his friends a laugh as a snowstorm hit the east coast of the US.
The bar's manager, Allegra Wolff, said the police officer had come in for some burgers and left to find his vehicle was stuck in the snow.
She explained: “Elsa was the first one to run and prance out and help. It was amazing. He started pushing with all his might, and finally got the car unstuck.”
Chris said the best part is that the video shows Elsa's "unmitigated commitment to helping get the truck unstuck."
A Boston police spokesman says the officers in the stuck vehicle "would like to thank the Elsa-impersonator for the assist."