Feeling festive? This boy sure is! The patrol of the Wisconsin state posted a photo of a car covered in Christmas lights. Someone’s jolly!
Photo: Facebook – Wisconsin State Patrol
Some people really don’t shy away from Christmas decorations, and we love it! The boy was spotted in the Northwest Region of the Wisconsin state, where a trooper stopped his car. The State Patrol made a Facebook post featuring the photo above, showing the decorated car.
“A trooper in the Northeast Region recently stopped this car. Although she gave them credit for the creativity, she advised the driver it is not legal to operate on the road,“ said the post.
The boy behind the wheel is an 18-year-old Tyler Kamholz, who said he took the inspiration from a few YouTube videos showing how to decorate the car.
Later on, the person who claims to be Kamholz’s mother, posted a comment on the WI State Patrol’s post, saying: “Yep this was my kid! As a retired cop myself I warned him of the violations of these lights. But we all know kids….anyways, my son said this Trooper was really nice and she kinda laughed at him. Trooper, whoever you are, thanks! On a side note, the impact my kid has made this season is beyond unbelievable. The posts from people all over are mind-blowing. My son is getting requests from neighborhoods, nursing homes, activity centers, etc. just to stop by and brighten kids to seniors day. The joy that my kid has brought has left me speechless. As a fellow brother of blue, I initially cringed, but I’m over that now. It has def brought unexpected joy to so many and for that, I’m proud of my kid!“
People on social media enjoyed the young man’s idea and were happy WI State Patrol didn’t fine him. We can also agree with Mrs. Kamholz – her kid did manage to brighten people’s day. Although it’s important to be safe in traffic, it’s nice to see someone spreading joy and putting a smile on someone’s face with creative, festive ideas.
What do you think about the jolly 18-year-old driver, Radasses?
You’ve got to give this kid a lot of props for taking this kind of initiative for the season and making it special for a lot of other people. Yeah, it might be a little less than street-legal, but it’s still a cool effect.