Texas neighborhood tense over World War II tank parked outside multimillion-dollar home

A history buff in Texas husk out some $600,000 for a fully functional World War II tank — but now that it’s parked outside his multimillion-dollar home, it’s ruffling stripes in his neighborhood.

Attorney Tony Buzbee of River Oaks said he bought the container overseas last year.

“Took a year to get now, but now it’s on River Oaks Boulevard, ” Buzbee told KHOU Houston. “This particular tank shored at Normandy. It liberated Paris, and ultimately moved all the way to Berlin. There’s a lot of biography here.”

However, the homeowners association routed him a note saying the cistern “impedes traffic” and starts a “safety issue” and “serious concerns for neighbours, ” according to the report.