It was a baby carriage made by an eccentric inventor who wanted to make it easier to play with his toddler.
It is called the Perego Baby Carriage, and it’s the latest addition to a growing collection of toys and accessories that have been popping up around the world.
Edible baby cars have also been popping on the shelves of toy stores and baby delivery services like Ocado and Lufthansa.
But for some people, these baby carriage designs could turn into something that makes them sick.
The Peregos founder, Pablo Escobar, who died in 1997, made millions from his cocaine smuggling and drug trafficking empire.
Escobar was known for his extravagant homes and lavish parties.
He also had a penchant for baby carriage designs.
In 2003, Escobar’s son, Miguel, became the first person to ride on a Peregrobaby carriage, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Miguel rode on a baby carousel on the roof of a house in Colombia.
Escobar, the leader of the Medellin Cartel, was sentenced to life in prison for his role in the 1993 bombing of the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
The idea to create a baby-sized carousel began with Escobar.
He would buy all the necessary components for the carousel.
Escobar had wanted a child carriage for years, according the Los Angelenos Herald.
He was the one who suggested the idea of building a carousel using wooden crates.
Migos father, Juan Pablo Escobar, who is currently serving a life sentence in Colombia, is seen here in a photo taken at a party in 1999.
“When Pablo Escolares son was born in 1999, he wanted a car that he could ride on as a child,” Escobar told the Associated Press.
The Peresgos carousel would have been a miniature version of Escobar and the rest of his family, Escobars son said in a statement.
He wanted a toy to hold him and his father, as well as the car to look like the coca leaf that Escobar planted.
Escobars father said he wanted the car so his son could be close to his father.
The car was also meant to be used by Escobar as a “carousel to play, a vehicle to show off,” Escobarcas son told the Herald.
Escobarmar told the AP that the car would be made from old wooden crates and would be used as a display for his father and his friends.
“He would drive around in the back and the children would be inside,” Escibar said.
“Then they would ride in the front.”
The car would have a wooden frame and be covered in glass and rubber to create “a perfect ride.”
The Peretos family has said that it was never the intention to turn it into a “playground.”
The family said the Peresgobos decided to make the car for Escobar because the man was such a big fan of the toy.
One of the Pereto family’s children, Juan Manuel Escobar Jr., rode the Perenos car for years.
Juan Manuel Escobarre says he was always interested in the Perezgos toy, saying he loved it because it was different.
“I never wanted anything to be a part of Pablo Escalado,” Escabar said in the statement.
“He wanted something to be different, something new.”