A sleeping baby in a blue sweatsuit sculpted by Duane Hanson is concerning New Yorkers while it's being displayed in an auction house's storefront window.
Passersby believe the work "Baby in a Carriage, 1983" is a real baby being left unattended, according to Reuters. Heritage Auctions tells Reuters people stop for a moment and question if it's real all day long. Some even enter the building and notify the staff.
What they don't realize is that they can actually bid on it it until Nov. 30. The estimated price of the polyvinyl baby ranges from $80,000 to $120,000.
Hanson, who died in 1996, was known for sculpting hyperrealistic people engaged in everyday life. This particular piece is said be sculpted after his son.
The price seems a little steep for a synthetic baby, but considering the costs of hospital bills and raising a child till adulthood, it may be the safer financial investment.