In Portland, Oregon, a woman realized her red Subaru was missing from her driveway. She and her husband watched their home’s security footage and saw a woman leisurely texting before getting in her car and driving off. The called police. The next day she found the car in her driveway along with a note and $30 for gas money. Apparently, another woman had sent a friend to pick up her red Subaru at a nearby address and the friend took the wrong car. According to The Cut, the note said, “So sorry I stole your car. … I did not see the car until this morning and I said, ‘that is not my car.’ There is some cash for gas and I more than apologize for the shock and upset this must have caused you.”
In Kiev, Ukraine, a man has officially changed his name to iPhone 7 after an electronics store offered the latest Apple product to the first five people who do that. The 20-year old got the coveted prize last Friday. According to the Associated Press, he said he might change back to his original name, Olexander Turin, when he has children. The price of phone starts at $850 in Ukraine, while the name changes costs the equivalent of $2.
In Manhattan, Kansas, a Kansas State University student got in his car and found a note. “Saw Kit Kat in your cup holder. I love Kit Kats so I checked your door and it was unlocked. Did not take anything other than the Kit-Kat. I am sorry and hungry,” a thief wrote on a napkin. The student tweeted a photo of the note and the makers of Kit Kat offered to replace it for him, The Huffington Post reports.In Jamaica Queens, New York, a woman hit the jackpot on a slot machine which displayed her winnings as $42,949,672. However, when she returned the next day, the casino told her it was a machine malfunction. The New York State Gaming Commission confirmed the malfunction, according to CNN. Instead, the casino offered her a free steak dinner. An attorney is fighting to get the casino to pay the woman the maximum amount allowed by the slot machine—$6,500.