If you saw a parked convertible with an opened bottle of alcohol inside, would you do anything?
hmmm, it would depend on which shelf the bottle hales from or who owned the car.
I would probably try to find a stickynote of some sort and write
"You should be more careful. You're lucky I'm not a cop"
on it and leave it on the bottle...
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