Nobody goes there anymore: it’s too crowded.
Problem: Is this statement simply illogical, or is it a paradox?
Answer: Yogi Berra’s amusing observation is a paradox.
A paradox is an apparent contradiction that reveals a truth.
Explanation: The statement means that the place had become so
crowded that its habitual visitors no longer patronized it.
Seemingly self-contradictory, but perfectly logical! In other
words, a paradox.
See Paradox, chapter 48b, The Cooper Hill Stylebook