AceShowbiz - All "Frozen (2013)" fans, please gather up in Boston because "Queen Elsa" was seen in the city. A man dressed as Elsa rushed to help cop get his wagon unstuck, on Tuesday night, March 13. That night, a snowstorm swept Boston and it made a cop wagon stuck in a snowbank on Washington Street, near The Gallows.
The man who is identified as Jason Triplett, 37, dressed in Elsa's signature long, flowing blue dress and wore a silver wig that night. When he saw the wagon's wheel start spinning, Jason jumped into action, telling his friends to take photos and videos to text to their absent friends in their group message.
Christopher Haynes, a restaurant publicist, recorded the event and posted it on his Facebook account. The video went viral as it has been shared more than 7,000 times as of early Wednesday. He said, "You can't make it up. The great part of the video is it just sort of shows you his unmitigated commitment to helping get the truck unstuck. That's what makes it really fun."
At that time, Chris said that he was hanging out at the bar when he heard the rumpus and saw "Elsa" went to the rescue. He commented about the action, "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 bar's manager, Allegra Wolff, explained how the wagon got stuck and Elsa rushed to help, "A police officer came in for some burgers and left, but got stuck in the snow." Allegra added, "We were super busy, and Elsa and some of her friends came in and were dancing around having cocktails. 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."
After the rescue, some people inside the bar gave him standing ovation and said, "Come on, Elsa! The girl we didn't deserve." Not only the bar's guests were impressed with his action, but also cops were thankful to have the help. "The officers involved were especially grateful for the help and would like to thank the Elsa-impersonator for the assist," a spokesperson of Boston police department, James Kenneally, said.
However, Jason is humble with the heroic feat. He told PEOPLE, "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 posted a video on his Instagram account when he walked in Elsa's signature dress. He captioned it, "First of all...I would just to say that regardless of the obvious similarities, this is NOT me. #bostonsnowstorm #winterstormskylar #elsa #frozen #sorrynotfrozen."