He built it parallel to a Montreal footpath to make it look like a real vehicle was caked in snow and even finished it off with a real windshield wiper.
33-year-old artist Simon Laprise made a full-size replica of a Delorean DMC-12 out of snow and put it on the street to make it look like it was an actual snow covered vehicle that was illegally parked.
Cops soon realised they'd been pranked but not before its creator, Canadian Simon Laprise, had caught them on camera.
The DeLorean was made famous by the Back to The Future films. He even added indentions for the wheels and windows - and then threw a spare windshield wiper he found lying around for a special touch.
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Laprise said it took him four hours to create the auto.
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.
He posted a picture of the confused cop standing next to his auto - made to look like a DeLorean from Back to the Future.
The next day, unfortunately, the artist's creation was completely destroyed as snowplows came through, leaving nothing behind.