A gift intended to bring a smile to a woman in Washington State is being frowned upon thanks to a Vancouver city ordinance.
A twenty-foot wooden trojan horse was turned into a giant unicorn as an attempt to cheer up and old friend.
The once horse turned "Godzillacorn" was a prop at the Portland Art Museum.
It ended up on this Vancouver street when former neighbor, Frank, salvaged it and added a little flare to bring some joy to his quadraplegic pal, Robyn who likes unicorns. She gets a kick out of looking at her Frank's pick-me-up.
Spectators are also fascinated by its presence. But as it turns out, this massive chunk of wood does not meet city code.
Only motor vehicles are allowed to be on the street. So, the gigantic unicorn must be removed and will be taken to private property so Robyn can continue to gaze on its loveliness.
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