A small car parked on a street in Portland raises so many questions

It’s one of those things that, when you see it, gives you a double take because it doesn’t make any sense.

A pink toy Jeep, usually used by a young child to get around the house, was parked on Temple Street in Portland around 10 a.m. Thursday morning and stood out like a sore thumb against the full-size cars around it .

This photo provided by Celeste is a little blurry, but we realize how small she is.

Celeste – Townsquare Media

Celeste – Townsquare Media

There are so many questions about this little Jeep that we need to ask ourselves. Did a kid actually drive this and park it here? If so, where did they go? Why did they leave their door open? If it’s a young child, I understand. They still have a lot to learn about driving, like closing your door when you get out of your car.

Celeste – Townsquare Media

Celeste – Townsquare Media

The kiddie parking lot here doesn’t really hold much water. So, is anyone trying to be cute by placing this little car on the street in any empty space? Or are they using it to try and save space for a real car someone will bring in later? If the latter is the case, that’s a pretty dodgy move.

Celeste – Townsquare Media

Celeste – Townsquare Media

Why didn’t they close the door? Is it to get people’s attention?

Celeste – Townsquare Media

Celeste – Townsquare Media

What happens if a Portland parking enforcement officer walks by? Do they give them a ticket? Where would they put it? It’s not a real windshield and there are no real wipers to slip it under.

Celeste – Townsquare Media

Celeste – Townsquare Media

They can’t even get a real license plate number to tag that car.

Celeste – Townsquare Media

Celeste – Townsquare Media

The meter was expired unless someone paid for the spot using the mobile app and some sort of license plate number.

Someone must know the history of this little car parked on Temple Street. If so, let us know what happens!

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