Everyone is pitching in to clean up Florida after Hurricane Irma.
That now includes a chainsaw-wielding nun.
Sister Margaret Ann of Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School in southwest Miami-Dade County decided to help out by cutting down a fallen tree in a full habit and covered by a black apron and work gloves.
Some commenters on social media though, according to The Orlando Sentinel, didn’t recommend the nun’s garb. They pointed out that wearing loose-fitting clothing while operating a chainsaw can be dangerous.
The deadly storm knocked down trees, power lines and at least three cranes in South Florida — but the Keys appeared to suffer some of the most significant damage. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) estimated that Irma destryed some 25 percent of houses on the Keys.