“This was probably the most Canadian thing I’ve ever seen in my 26 years of life,” Instagram user @aim4apex wrote Wednesday.
The user was referring to a man in a Zamboni who had pulled up to the drive-through of a local Tim Horton’s on Tuesday.
Video: Only in Canada, eh! Zamboni pulls through Tim Horton's drive-through pic.twitter.com/eyMnEzgjr6
— CityNews Toronto (@CityNews) December 22, 2016
According to Bardown, the man’s name is Jesse Myshak. The Stony Plain, Alberta native was borrowing the machine at home to resurface his backyard hockey rink. While driving his Zamboni back to his local hockey rink, Myshak decided to slowly peel into Tim Horton’s to order a hot chocolate.
Several Twitter users captured Myshak in action.
— jesse myshak (@JMyshak) December 21, 2016
Former Capitals defenseman Connor Carrick was personally proud of the moment, tweeting three Canadian flag emojis along with a link to video.
— Connor Carrick (@connorcarrick) December 22, 2016
This now replaces the most Canadian thing to ever happen from this past August when a man robbed an Manitoba liquor store in full goalie gear.
Empty cup is still in the zamboni. Hot chocolate. Not a double double. pic.twitter.com/vulKytF4ux
— Kent Morrison (@KentMGlobal) December 22, 2016
Stay weird, Canada.
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