Your neighbor's pickup truck crashing into your house is surprising enough.
Seeing that a two-year-old somehow drove it? That takes it to a new level.
When George and Kathleen Williams returned from a shopping trip last week, that's just what they saw - a pickup truck from across the street inside their house.
And it was driven by a two-year-old boy.
Police say George’s neighbor was unloading something out of the back of it while his two-year-old son, who was inside, somehow got it into gear.
Gwinnett County, Ga., police say that accidentally, the child was able to put the car in gear and it rolled down at a fairly slow speed across the street.
Not that slow, however.
The pickup was moving fast enough to crash through an outside wall and two windows, into the Williams' basement, where it broke gas and water lines.
Thankfully, the boy was not injured, which is all George Williams says he cares about. He insists there are no hard feelings after the bizarre incident.
"They didn't mean to do it," he said afterward. So it doesn't make any difference. Nobody was hurt and like I said, things can be fixed, people can't."