Vandal driver 'attacked' a giant snowman but suffered 'instant karma'
A joy-riding hooligan had “instant karma” after attacking a giant snowman for fun.
Cody Lutz, of Cincinnati, Ohio, took to Facebook to share about how someone had a taste of his own medicine after attempting to destroy his family’s giant snowman.
Lutz was surprised to see tire tracks all over the yard when he came home from work one day.
“This is Petersburg for you. What they didn’t count on, is the massive stump in the center. Life is hard, but it’s much harder when you’re stupid,” he captioned a photo showing tire tracks and the damaged 9-feet snowman they named Hugh.
Cody Lutz, his fiance Lucy, and her sister made the giant snowman following a larger-than-average snowfall.
"We were playing in the snow, she's from Mississippi so this is the most snow she's ever seen in her entire life," said Lutz.
USING A TREE STUMP AS THE BASE
Instead of the standard snowball, they used an old tree stump as the base of the snowman. They then shaved off the sides of the snow-covered stump, so anyone looking at it would not know that the snowman had a wooden base.
Lutz was surprised to see tire tracks all over the yard when he came home from work one day. When he saw that the snowman had been attacked by the driver, he couldn’t help but laugh.
“Instant Karma!” Lutz said. “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.”
The tree stump surely damaged the vehicle of the vandal.
ANOTHER CASE OF INSTANT KARMA
In another case of instant karma, a thief in Ireland tried to get into a car by smashing the window on the passenger side, but the brick bounced off from the car and hit the man in the face.
The instant karma was captured by the camera. The brick boomeranged so hard that the criminal fell to the ground bleeding.
The driver of the car said that he and his fiancee first thought the man had been assaulted and tried to help him.
The criminal even tried to blackmail the driver for taxi money, threatening to tell the police that he had been beaten by the owner of the bar.