November 15, 2011 @ 3:58 pm
by mego

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What does it feel like to run 26.2 miles and then wander NYC for hours looking for your car? Charles Petraske is an expert on this topic. The runner finished the New York Marathon last week only to realize he couldn’t remember where he parked his car. He spent the next few hours looking for it with no phone or cash. He finally called his wife from a hotel and had her pick him up. After chasing leads for two days, he was able to locate his car by calling the company that owned several parking garages in the area and tell them what billboard ads he saw near the garage.

Moral of the story? A little cleverness can erase a lot of forgetfullness.

Information via Fox Sports.

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