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NOLA woman beats the cold, sends husband Popeyes through bank's drive-thru tube

NEW ORLEANS (RNN) – Love conquers all, even winter.

The bitter cold across the south wasn’t enough to keep a Louisiana woman from taking her husband lunch.

Colleen Loria brought her sweetie some chicken wraps for lunch at work. The problem is when she arrived at the bank where he works, she realized she it was too cold to leave the comfort of her warm vehicle.

That’s when she got creative.

She went to the bank’s drive-thru and grabbed the canister. She packed the wraps into the canister and sent it on its way.

The best part is that she captured it all on video. 

"When your husband works at a bank and wants you to bring him Popeyes Chicken wraps - but its too cold to get out of the car," Loria said on her Facebook post.

The video has been shared hundreds of times, including one from Popeyes who declared that Loria had won 2017.

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