Because we're talking Kermit, not Piggy.
And we're talking about a big PUB CRAWL!
We're talking about a green car. Which all seem to be called Kermit if you do a Google search for "Kermit Car".
Except my car - which is green and most definitely does not have a name - unless you count "Jaguar X-Type Estate" as its name.
But the green car which is called Kermit is in this BBC story about Ben Coombs who has driven his car 20000 miles across 21 countries, starting at the most northerly pub in the world and finishing at the most southerly.
The impressive thing is it is a TVR.
You expect a TVR to be photographed like this:
The first photo is the TVR having a clutch replaced en route in Nicaragua - the only major work done on the car on the entire journey. As I say - impressive.
The car is now being shipped back to Britain. Presumably Ben's liver will be having a rest now.