The other day I saw something unusual. Were I not driving I would have taken a photo but Cheapster requires both hands on the wheel almost at all times.

It was a spigot - like the one pictured - stuck into the white-painted rear bumper of a square-body Chevy C-10 work truck.


It was stuck in a way that it seemed that at one point the truck backed into the wall where the spigot was mounted, and drove off with said spigot wedged in the bumper - like a little trophy of the battle against the wall.


The truck was blue and wearing South Carolina tags. It seemed to be powered by some V8 as the small-block rumble was prominent. But hanging off the rear was a saggy bumper with a spigot wedged in it, with some mangled pipe still attached.

I imagine that truck has a lot of stories to tell.