A lawsuit is filed by a Texas man whose truck ended up in terrorists' hands.

FOX's Chris Foster reports:

A picture of Mark Oberholtzer's old truck was in a photograph on an Islamic Militant group's Twitter feed with an anti-aircraft weapon and his 'Mark-1 Plumbing' logo still on the side... He calls it...

(Oberholtzer) "Embarrassing."

And he's suing the dealership in Houston for a million dollars... Attorney Craig Island...

(Island) "He wants AutoNation to take responsibility that Mark-1 Plumbing didn't sell that truck to any terrorist in Syria." 

His client says the dealer told him they'd remove the logo before auction... AutoNation Chief Marketing Officer Marc Cannon...

(Cannon) "Clearly it did not happen, and the rest of that will have to be determined what exactly happened at the auction or what the communication was."

Chris Foster, FOX News.