The morning ritual commenced. Evan brushed his teeth, showered, ate a bowl of cereal, put on some clothes, and began driving to work. Along the way, he stopped by Dunkin’ Donuts, left the engine on idle, bought some coffee, and then continued his commute. Such was the routine that he had grown so accustomed to that an autopilot would be out of a job. Upon arriving on site however, two undercover officers rushed out of a vehicle and pointed their guns at him. “Put your hands up and slowly get out of the car!” they yelled. Evan, whose coffee just ran cold, blinked several times before realizing that he had driven the wrong automobile to work.