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That's right...if you pay close attention to the lyrics of that 1950 Christmas song - and understand what they're saying - you'll realize that ol' Frosty was breaking the law and was run out of town by the cops! The lyrics in question goes like this:

"Down to the village
With a brooomstick in his hand
Running here and there, all around the square,
Sayin', 'Catch me if you can.'
He led them down the streets of town
Right to the traffic cop
And he only paused a moment
When he heard him holler, 'Stop!'"

And then Frosty was run out of town by the constable. Need more info? Well, according to one website:

"As part of a larger crackdown on traffic violations and other crimes, the city has issued an arrest warrant for Frosty T. Snowman on charges of jaywalking and endangering the welfare of minors.
The charge dates from an incident years ago, in which Mr. Snowman, while ostensibly having fun with a group of children, defied a direction from a policeman directing traffic and led the group across a busy street."

Is Frosty a real criminal or just in the wrong place at the wrong time?

Is he a victim of a prejudiced small-town police department?

I guess you'll have to draw your own conclusions by reading the complete article by CLICKING HERE (and then realize this is only for fun and not to get up-in-arms about)!