Cola beverages and syrup rich soft drinks don't thrill me much -- except an occasional Ginger Ale or more often if it's partially frozen. It is a tricky process and always highly subject to the can's structural integrity. If you forget the drink in the freezer and get extremely lucky your beverage will resemble the above aluminum expansion. Most of the time however it will simply explode coating your frozen mixed vegetables and ground beef in a fluffy sticky snow.
I let the above can thaw somewhat before opening just to be safe. It still blew frozen deliciousness all over the floor. It's the price you pay for sub-zero goodness.