After making groceries at Rouses, Clotilde was walking to the parking lot to go home to Boudreaux. After looking in her purse for her keys, she realized they were not there. Suddenly, she realized that she must have left them in her car, so she quickly made her way to the parking lot.
As she was walking, she started to worry about what Boudreaux would say. Boudreaux always told her not to leave the keys in the ignition because someone would steal the car. Clotilde always thought that the keys would never be lost if they stayed in the ignition.
After making her way to the parking lot, she realized that her car was not there. Clotilde immediately called the police to report her stolen car.
Clotilde then decided that she had to call Boudreaux. She said, “Honey, I left my keys in the car and it’s been stolen.”
There was a period of silence, then she heard Boudreaux speak. “Are you kiddin’ me?!? I dropped you off!!!”
Now Clotilde was quiet. Embarrassed, she replied, “Well, come and get me.”
He retorted, “I will . . . as soon as I convince this cop that I didn’t steal your car.”