LOWELL, Mass. (WPRI) -- A Massachusetts plow driver will no longer be clearing streets after he posted a video on YouTube of himself in action.
The video that was briefly posted on YouTube shows a plow diver in Lowell, Massachusetts covering cars with snow and taking joy in it.
The driver, who only identifies himself as ‘Dogg", says he was fired by the contractor after the video was shown on local television.
He says after being up for 22 hours during the February 8th blizzard, he decided to videotape himself while plowing the streets.
On the video, which was pulled off of YouTube early on Friday, it appears "Dogg" was taking pleasure in burying cars alongside the road.
The driver told a local radio station after being fired that he was only doing his job and having a little fun with it.
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