It certainly looks like someone ignored the parking ban.
A real car coated in snow and left on the street in the way of the plows would get a ticket. So what happens when a fake car made of snow is parked on the street?
Naturally, the boys in blue turned up.
Laprise meant his prank as a joke for the snow plows. It hadn’t occurred to him that his snow car might draw the attention of the cops. Uh-oh…
So what happens when a cop tries to write out a ticket for a fake car?
We’d love to know the following things: at what point did the officer realize it was a fake car? Did he already start writing the ticket first? Did he admire the craftsmanship, think it was funny, or was he irritated? Is the snow car still technically violating a parking ban?
The car was ultimately ticketed. Here's the "ticket" that was left on the "car's" "windscreen."
It translates to, “You made our night!” Of course Canadian cops can appreciate a snow DeLorean! Those crazy Canucks!
As perfect as the snow car is, its life is destined to be short.
A realistic DeLorean made of snow will not be an obstacle for Montreal’s street clearing crew. Here’s hoping they get enough snow for Laprise to reprise other movie-famous cars. How about an entire train?