We've shared disputes between neighbors that have raised a few eyebrows, but this one takes the cake.
Residents of the wealthy River Oaks neighborhood outside Fort Worth, Texas didn't know what to think when a massive World War 2 tank rolled down the street and stopped in front of lawyer Tony Buzbee's home. But for Buzbee, the tank's arrival is a proud moment more than a year in the making.
He bought the M4 Sherman tank for $600,000 overseas, and had it transported all the way to his multi-million dollar home. Buzbee has a special family connection to the tank, because it was present at the Normandy landings, just like his own grandfather. Buzbee himself was also a Marine.
“This particular tank landed at Normandy. It liberated Paris, and ultimately went all the way to Berlin. There’s a lot of history here," the attorney told KHOU. But Buzbee admits he had a few other reasons for buying the tank.
"I told one of my guys ‘Lets get that tank it’d be really cool out on my ranch to blow things up and run over things,’” he explained to Fox 26. Meanwhile, the River Oaks Homeowners Association is declaring war on Buzbee over his unusual lawn ornament...