While it might seem funny, it's actually pretty dangerous, and the owner of a damaged car didn't get compensation from the city.

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Flying portable toilets aren't something we see every day, but maybe every now and then in Colorado when the wind picks up. According to KDVR, it happened at Red Rocks Amphitheatre over the summer, and the owner of a car that was hit was left with $6000 in damages. But, he's actually less concerned about that, and more concerned that someone could've been seriously injured.

This happened the day of a Widespread Panic show at Red Rocks in June, Westword details here.

A spokesperson from Red Rocks told KDVR that they will anchor the toilets to make them safer so this doesn't happen again. You can see the video of the incident via KDVR here.