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A little nippy out? Photo courtesy of Gonzalez family

Live nude... snowgirls?

A family in Rahway, NJ has sparked a neighborhood controversy after building a "nude" Venus de Milo sculpture out of snow on their front lawn, the Telegraph reports.

Yep -- apparently the smutty snowlady's lack of the requisite scarf and pipe -- or head, for that matter -- caused neighbors to complain, calling the busty creation offensive, according to the paper.

Before the matter could, er, melt over, the Rahway police paid a visit to report an anonymous complaint about the "naked snow woman," forcing mother Elisa Gonzalez to cover up those naughty bits with a string bikini top and a towel sarong.

Sorry, Frosty. On the bright side, now there's somewhere to stick the dollar bills.

"She was curvaceous, bodacious and booty-licious," Gonzalez told the paper. "But she had a six-pack! I thought she looked more objectified and sexualized after you put the bikini on."

Gonzalez's 21-year-old daughter, Maria Conneran, who built the statue with her brother Jack, was also angry about the censoring, telling the Telegraph, "Our snow lady looked like marble. It looked like a statue. Are you going to go to the Met and cover up all the statues?"

Guess the family will stick to G-rated raisin eyes and buttons next winter.

Oh, and for those keeping track at home of what's hot in New Jersey: Snooki's hair: cool. Porno snowmen: not cool.

Speaking of controversial images, read about the storm brewing over T.I.'s racy billboard.