A Florida man had a "smart" idea when hurricane Dorian threatened to roll into the area.
Patrick Eldridge of Jacksonville told CBS News that he parked his smart car Tuesday morning in his kitchen to protect it from Dorian's winds and floods.
"[My] wife was impressed that I was right that it fits the kitchen," Eldridge told the network.
His wife Jessica posted a series of pictures of tiny black car parked perfectly in the room.
"My husband was afraid his car could fly away and my car is in the garage," Jessica posted on Facebook.
The photos quickly became viral, with about 66,000 stocks until Thursday morning.
It turns out that Florida avoided the storm for the most part, but it got some strong gusts of wind and heavy rain on Wednesday.
So Eldridge took the car out of the kitchen and parked it outside, videos posted by his wife on YouTube.
The Bahamas were hit by a storm that left at least 20 people dead and many areas in ruins.
The hurricane, which became a Category 3 storm, began beating South Carolina on Thursday.
The system was pressurized Wind speeds of 1