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Sunday, June 4, 2017

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Author: Jason Marker

Everything's bigger in Texas. The trucks, the beers, the steaks, the countryside, even the friendly smiles of the Texans themselves are built on a larger scale. The legendary immensity of the Great State apparently even extends to the stupidity of its criminals, as shown by a guy in San Antonio who left his ID behind after stealing a car off a dealership lot.

According to KSAT, Carlos Gonzales was busy at work at Auto Boulevard in San Antonio on the afternoon of May 27 when he discovered that one of the cars on his lot had been stolen. Apparently, one of his salesmen had been showing a prospective customer a used Infiniti G37 when the salesman had to step away to deal with another customer. While the salesman was away, the customer climbed into the Infiniti and made off with it. Unfortunately for him, he left his ID behind at the dealership.