AMERICAN FORK, UT - The bright pink Barbie Jeep parked next to the curb was adorned with something new recently, a bright orange citation.Autumn, a 7-year-old Utah girl, says she was busy with school and friends and left the car on the sidewalk. She also says the jeep was running out of batteries.
An officer noticed the car and gave it a written citation.
The officer says, if the jeep had been blocking someone's driveway, it would have been towed. Only joking, of course.
Autumn's dad says this is by far the favorite ticket he has ever received.
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