It was Camp Trash.
A jeep covered in junk and parked on a Brooklyn street got a deep cleaning Friday when the NYPD called in city workers to deep-six the mound of trash.
The clunker was parked on Felix St. in Fort Greene for several days while the driver camped inside, accumulating a mattress, couch and full arm chair, according to a neighbor who watched as cops and trash haulers arrived on the block.
The owner traveled from upstate, according to Neykiya Booker, who lives on Felix St. and said he spoke with the driver.
During the jeep driver’s stay, the mountain of trash just kept growing, and the vehicle wound up covered with yellow spray paint as well. Booker said the owner spent his nights on a couch on the nearby DeKalb Ave. sidewalk.
Early Friday morning, the man, believed to be mentally ill, had a tense interaction with cops, who took him away, Booker said. NYPD officials said the man was taken for a psychiatric evaluation.
A garbage trucked then pulled up alongside the jeep around 10:30 a.m. and sanitation workers removed the items from the top of the jeep and junked them.
Cops on the scene said the furniture was mostly garbage collected from nearby buildings, including some allegedly stolen goods.
NYPD officials said they’d received several complaints about the car, and it didn’t have plates or a registration. When officers arrived and told the man they were going to take the car and furniture, he grew upset and threw a chair into the street, they said. Sanitation workers took the car.