Raise your hand if you've ever found a naked man that's been living in your car trunk for three days...

Canada Woman:


It is true. A Red Seal diesel mechanic, Bethany Coker, from Nanaimo British Columbia, Canada, discovered a naked man living in the trunk of her car.

Earlier in the week, Coker noticed a large amount of mud in the front seat of her car. She had suspected that someone had broken into her car and spent the night in her front seat. Thinking nothing more of it, she steamed and cleaned her seat and moved on.

Three days later, she noticed the windows of her car were fogged up. Suspicious of this, Coker got into her car when she heard a calm voice say "hey."

Through the cracks of her backseat, Coker could see a naked man hiding out in her trunk.

“At first I thought someone was playing a prank on me, and then when I realized what was happening, I just kept my phone recording because I wasn’t too sure what was going to happen...I didn’t know who this guy was. I didn’t know if he was dangerous. And he’d been in my trunk for three days and didn’t say a single word.” Coker told Global News.

Bethany Coker had been driving around for THREE DAYS, running errands and going to work with a strange naked man tagging along with her, and she didn't even know.

When Coker found the man she started recording on her phone. She uploaded the conversation to social media where the video received thousands of views.

Coker called the police right away. She told Global News, “It was probably the most hysterical call I’ve ever been on,” she said. “They’re like, ‘What do you mean he’s been in your trunk for three days?’ And I’m like, ‘He’s been in my trunk for three days, please hurry up.'”

Officers arrived and said that the man has “significant health issues” but is now receiving the help he needs.

This is what YouTube commenters had to say:

Respect to her for being understanding and cool headed to this mans mental situation..
Is BC becoming Canada's Florida in terms of weird news stories?
I read once (think it was AA booklet) that carrying 100 lbs of weight in your cars trunk will make your gas mileage drop by 2%. Now if the man in the trunk was 150 lbs that means he was costing her 3% reduction in her gas mileage.
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