Hey, that's not where that goes

DENVER - Some people in Colorado have a habit of leaving things where they don't belong.

Don't worry. Next is keeping track for you!

I don't think this is how that's supposed to work

The parking spot is outside Trivium Salon in downtown Louisville. The salon just opened in February. The owner says the city was supposed to move the poles by then... Oops!

This mailbox that just wants to be wanted

We discovered this mailbox bolted to a a sidewalk at East 16th Avenue and Gilpin Street. Why was it in the middle of a sidewalk. IDK.

It was eventually moved across the street, about 1 inch from a historic apartment building. The people living there didn't like that. It was taken out and hasn't yet found a resting place.

This bench wasn't meant for sitting. It was meant to keep this parking meter company.

Okay, you could sit on the bench, but you'll have to straddle the meter.

The bench was eventually taken out.

The Target rock

People kept hitting this rock, by the Target at Colorado Mills, over, and over, and over. Did it have a magnetic force? Was it really hard to drive around? We'll never know.

The mall finally moved the rock to another median where it can rest in peace.

This street paint in Aurora

Are the paint lines going the wrong way? Or is the street? Philosophical questions...

This sign that we don't understand

Found in Evergreen. Yes, the gate is locked.


We asked USPS about this one, at 121st and Melody in Westminster, and what do you know - they removed it in less than a day. Here we are, saving the world one mailbox at a time. 


This one was spotted at Wadsworth and Bowles. Why are these things always at a Target? As far as we know, it has not been removed.


We're always looking for more things that don't belong where they are. Let us know by emailing next@9news.com or with #HeyNext.

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