The armoured vehicle is parked on Lansdowne Road in Manchester (Picture: David Ellison).
An armoured vehicle parked on a path for four months "needs to be moved" says a local councillor.
Councillor David Ellison says there have been complaints about the armoured personnel carrier and that he has reported the incident.
Posting on Twitter, Cllr Ellison said: "I’ve reported the tank or armoured personnel carrier that’s been parked on Old Lansdowne Road.
"Residents have complained about it, it’s parked across the pavement and been there for 4 months.
"It needs be moved."
On his Facebook page he promised to "continue to push for it to be removed as it is causing a hazard".
However, not everyone responding to the councillor’s post agreed:
“If the pot holes in an around west Didsbury wasn’t so bad then he probably wouldn’t need this type of transportation,” one wrote.
“We on Lansdowne [Road] love the tank,’ wrote another.
The tank used to belong to the British Army but is now thought to be owned by a private individual who does not wish to be named.