Montreal man fools police with fake auto made of snow

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The DeLorean was made famous in the "Back to the Future" series of movies.

A Canadian artist decided to make light of a cold situation in the country when he played a trick on snow removers and received the attention of police.

Simon Laprise, a 33-year-old machinist and artist based out of Montreal, a life-size model of a DeLorean DMC-12-the same vehicle in the Back to the Future movies-using snow outside his home Monday. In other, two police cars are at the scene.

Police were fooled by the vehicle made of snow in Canada. But not before the officer who stopped to investigate left a note, written in French, that reads "You made our night!"

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But after investigation the officer found he had been duped by Laprise's design.

The 33-year-old machinist's prank was reportedly plowed clean by Montreal sanitation workers the next day but not before it gave police a amusing story to tell this winter. A hilarious photo posted to Facebook shows the police officer staring at the auto in a snow removal zone.

However, like an ocean wave rolling over a lovely sandcastle, the next morning, snowplows did indeed remove the sculpture from the snow removal zone.