Woman’s GPS Puts Her on the Wrong Route…90 Mile Drive Turns Into 900
67-Year-Old Sabine Moreau of Hainault Erquelinnes, Belgium set out on a 93 mile drive to pick up a friend in Brussels. Unfortunately, because of bad input or bad GPS directions, she ended up driving for 900 miles in the opposite direction and wound up in Croatia.
The woman said she was distracted noticing how odd it was that the signs went from French to German to Croatian. She even stopped to get some sleep before she resumed driving. What? Bet her friend thought she got stiffed. I'm sure she was glad to hear that her friend hadn't forgotten her...she's just stupid.
Hey, I've driven the wrong way before on my way to, say, The Forks. However, I'm smart enough to get suspicious when I see the signs that say, "Canadian border ahead."