If you accidentally damaged the side view mirror on a car in the parking lot...
and no one was around to witness it (plus, no cameras), what would you do?
I would leave my phone number and an a note stating what happened and ask that they call so I can take care of it. It's the right thing to do.
You write a note saying: Shit happens...
No I´m just kidding, of course you should take your responsibility and do just as awoodog says.
I would keep my contact variety and an a observe declaring what occurred and ask that they contact so I can manage it. It's the right factor to do.
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