The owner of an Audi S4 found out a mechanic working at Glenmore Audi in Calgary, Canada had the audacity to go home with his vehicle for an extended "test" drive.

The owner of an Audi S4 found out a mechanic working at Glenmore Audi in Calgary, Canada had the audacity to go home with his vehicle for an extended "test" drive.

Chris Jackson brought his Audi S4 to the Glenmore Audi dealership to get its serviced and left it there. He forgot something inside his 70,000 CAD car and returned on Saturday to get it but to his surprise, the car wasn't there anymore. He asked the employees working at the authorized dealership about the vehicle's location and the dealer's response was: “It's OK, just go home, your car's fine, it's probably just somewhere on the lot. We can't find it."

Jackson browsed the car lot three times but wasn't able to find his S4 and was once again asked by the dealership to simply go home. After arguing for two and a half hours and calling the police in the process, he found out the car was actually "borrowed" by a mechanic. The Glenmore Audi dealership owner said the mechanic took the car for an extended period to test the S4's problematic navigation system and actually managed to cover a whopping 310 miles (almost 500 km).

Note: Attached image is for illustrative purposes only. Does not depict the Audi S4 mentioned in the article.

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