I guess I missed this when it came up in October of last year. Evidently, an attorney who owns property in a prestigious area of Houston decided to buy a renovated World War II tank. He parked it on the street in front of his home. As you might imagine, the homeowners association was not too thrilled about having a tank parked on the street in front of the subdivision, and has asked that it be moved. The attorney does not seem inclined to move it, and since it weights approximately 30 tons, it might be difficult to tow. On the other hand, homeowners associations these days have quite a few potential remedies and it's hard to believe that storing a tank on or adjacent to your property fits within the typical covenants and/or restrictions.
Take a look at the tank here: