You see the black car in the back? That's my Mitsubishi. I parked it there and shortly after the spot in front of mine got available. This silver-gray Mitsubishi that you see in the picture parked in front of me. I didn't notice that until he used his remote control to lock his doors a couple of times. That little honk his Mitsu made sounded exactly like mine, that's how it got my attention.
I don't know what this guy's problem was, and why he was remotely locking it several times. He acted like a German who parks on a New York City street for the first time :-)
The fun thing was that I was far away from him and still had my remote control in my pocket. While he was leaving, I pressed my key which made my car honk and sound exactly like his car. He turned around and I could see his confusion even from that distance.
So what did he do? Of course...pressed his remote control button again. So did I. So did he. So did I - a couple of times perfectly in sync. This went on for minutes...great entertainment :-)
At some point he probably noticed that someone is playing a game with him and walked away.
Not really a funny story? Well, that's about as much fun as one can have in Lower Manhattan on a cold Sunday night. That's seriously it. So be glad you are not there right now and let me remotely lay your eyes on this giant red cube.