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14 July 2018, 02:55 | Darnell Patrick
The stolen car at the centre of the story is a 2015 black Infiniti QX50
In June, the woman went to Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Cornwall, Ontario, and rented a black Nissan Sentra, CBC reports.
He said the woman - who won't face any charges - was a "bit embarrassed" but shrugged it off, and the man whose vehicle was stolen "had a good chuckle".
In Cornwall, Ont., the where-the-hell-did-I-park scenario took on a odd and novel twist recently, after a black Nissan Infiniti, that was reported missing from a Walmart parking lot in late June, was found when a woman tried to return it to a local auto rental company.
"The Infinity came back as stolen on police systems as reported in June and ... both the auto rental company and the Infiniti owner retrieved their vehicles and there was a happy, and amusing ending to this story".
It's awful to have your vehicle stolen in general but it's even worse when it's stolen by complete accident.
After the woman had finished her shopping, she returned to "her" auto, and used the vehicle for the next two weeks.
The Infiniti owner came out and found his vehicle missing so he reported it stolen. The owner of the stolen Infiniti, an elderly man, had accidently left his key fob in the vehicle. The mix-up happened after the female motorist accidentally got into a similar looking auto - a black Infiniti, after completing her shopping at Wal-Mart.
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"Once inside, the woman spoke to the manager and commented about how unkempt the inside of the vehicle was and the fact that there was a set of golf clubs in it as well", the Cornall Community Police Service said on its Facebook page. The manager of the auto rental agency then realized what happened as the man whose vehicle had been stolen had come into the same Enterprise to rent a replacement.
In the end, both the auto rental company and the Infiniti owner retrieved their vehicles and there was a happy ending to the story.
Meanwhile, for the next two weeks, the woman, driving the Infiniti, trundled around the greater Cornwall area doing her thing, before returning the vehicle to the rental place. "The woman was not impressed and handed over the keys". The photos above also show how the cars aren't exactly the same but both black and similar!
The woman was then brought to the Walmart parking lot, where the vehicle she had actually rented was still parked. And she didn't realize her mistake for another two weeks.
Following the comical situation, police warned drivers to not to leave key fobs in their cars, because you never know who might take it.
Fortunately, nothing bad came out of the ordeal - and all parties involved have a wacky story they can tell to their friends and family members. MacRae says the owner of the Infiniti had left his key fob in the vehicle, and left the doors unlocked.
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