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Woman Steals Her Own Car Back After Dealership Employee Uses It to Run Errands


We often leave our belongings in the hands of strangers without giving it a second thought, mostly because that's just "what you do." Think about all of the places we do this; TSA agents are popped stealing stuff from our luggage all the time.

Or those paid lockers at amusement parks — I'm sure at least one employee has a master key, and who's to say that someone having a bad day or on their way out the door won't turn your wallet into one last score? 

If there's one thing Ferris Bueller's Day Off taught us, however, is that if you leave your car someplace to be cared for, all it takes is one grimy dude to rack up some serious mileage.

Of course, most businesses wouldn't tolerate that kind of behavior and, even if they did, employees would have too much work to do to partake in such tomfoolery on a daily basis.

Penny Ivy Thompson, however, hit a reverse lottery of sorts when she noticed her truck on the road when it was supposed to be in the shop getting serviced.