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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - FEBRUARY 16: Orlando Flores, who recently moved to Chicago from Texas, digs out his wife's car after it was buried in snow on February 16, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. Chicago residents are working to recover after a snowstorm coupled with lake-effect snow dumped more than 17 inches in some areas of the city since yesterday. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

A New Jersey man who was upset with all the ice and snow on his lawn tried to melt it away with fire. He poured gasoline all of his lawn and lit a blaze. A neighbor smelled the gasoline and called police. No one was injured and authorities are stressing this is not recommended snow and ice removal.


Northern New Jersey Man Sets Fire To His Lawn To Melt The Snow

We're all understandably getting tired of the snow and ice, but there's a way to go about removing it. And then, there's this. Police are saying a New Jersey man allegedly poured gasoline over his lawn and set fire to it to remove all the snow and ice.