An Australian man who stole a car while taking it for a test drive was arrested - after leaving his driver's licence details with the garage.
The man visited a car yard in Sydney and asked to test drive a Mitsubishi Lancer, reports the Sydney Morning Herald.
He agreed to have his licence photocopied before he and a salesman left the dealership in the car.
A short time later, the salesman stopped the vehicle and left the driver's seat so the man could take the wheel.
Instead, the man locked the doors and jumped into the driver's seat.
After a short struggle with the car salesman through a partially open window, he drove away.
Police went to the address on the man's drivers licence, in Hurlstone Park, where they allegedly found the Lancer in the driveway.
They arrested and charged a 26-year-old man with assault with intent to take and drive a vehicle.