An enormous monstrosity built on a Jeep chassis was deemed "too big to tow" when its owner left it sitting in the middle of a public square in front of city hall in Valencia, Spain. Good thing, then, that it also had non-EU plates, which meant it escaped parking tickets. I think this man just figured out life.
To be fair, Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan Al Nahya is known for making enormous cars, and most of them are pretty neat and all of them have a sense of humor. The last time we caught up with him, he was puttering about the desert in the world's largest Jeep. This thing, while built on a Jeep chassis, is sporting elements of Cadillac Escalade, possibly an old Lincoln, and there's maybe a Duesenberg somewhere in there as well. Oh, and it's called the "Black Spider."