Posted: Jan 8, 2013 8:03 AM
HOUSTON - Parking hasn't been a problem for one oddly placed vehicle in traffic-busy Houston.
City officials have ordered a design company to remove a fake Mini Cooper attached to the upper part of an exterior wall near a sidewalk.
Safety concerns have been raised about the shell of the small auto, complete with tires, above some outer windows at Internum & Design.
Code enforcement officials since late December have cited the business, using warning stickers with notice to immediately remove the car from the building.
A message left Tuesday with Internum was not immediately returned.
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