A cement ball from a Target in New Jersey rolled into traffic causing thousands in damage.
The 2-ton ball was supposed to be guarding the front entrance of the store.
In surveillance video from the store, you can see a pick-up truck bump the ball, jarring it loose and causing it to roll into traffic, where it smashed into a moving car.
The owner of the car says the cement boulder caused about $3,500 in damage, reports ABC News.
Target denied the driver's claim with its insurance company, but ABC reports the ball was unsecured prior to being bumped by the pickup truck. The same video camera shows employees rolling the ball into place.