When he got to me he asked, "I locked my keys in my car and my wife is down the street at our storage unit and I was wondering if you were headed in that direction?"
(By the way there are NO storage units near this Harmon's location) I told him, "You know you can go inside to the customer information desk and they will let you use their phone to call a locksmith or someone else to come and get you."
He said, "Well, I don't have any money and wasn't sure if they would let me. . ."
I cut him off and said, "The people here at Harmon's are great and I'm sure they will help you out."
He just turned and walked away. I never saw him enter the store. I went home and called to let Harmon's know what had happened so they could watch out for him in case he tried with someone else.
I thought that this guy was pretty ballsy because I was parked 4 cars from the door, under a light, and there were at least 6 people outside within 50 ft of us. Please, please please be careful when out alone at night. Remember to:
- Be aware of what is going on around you.
- Park close to the doors of the store or building you are going into.
- Park in a well lit area.
- Never take a stranger anywhere, NO MATTER WHAT
- If you feel the need, ask the manager to have someone walk you to your vehicle.
- Lock your doors immediately after you are in your vehicle.
- Report what happened to the store and if needed, to the police.