– A woman in Canada reportedly had accidentally “stole” a car and realized after two weeks later.

Quoted from the Daily Mail, Saturday (14/07/2018), Known the incident occurred in a parking lot in the shopping center.

The woman originally came to buy the goods by driving a black Nissan Sentra that she rented from a vehicle rental company in Cornwall, Ontario.

He parked his vehicle in the shopping center with his electronic lock.

Finished shopping, the woman headed for a black car Nissan Infiniti, which is similar to his car.

He was not at all suspicious when he got into the car and drove straight without realizing that he had brought the wrong car.

This is possible because both cars are equally using an electronic key device called key fob.

Incidentally, the owner of the car that “stolen” the woman also left the electronic key device in the vehicle.

Shortly after the woman left the shopping center with her “stolen” car, the car owner who feels lost her vehicle makes a report to the police.

For nearly two weeks, the woman is unaware of her mistake and continues to use the car for her daily activities.

The case is currently being handled by the local police to resolve this misunderstanding.