Look inside the cabin, back seat area and truck bed if you had a truck. It is a good practice. My daughter started taking dance lessons in a seedy part of Chinatown. I was not happy she had signed up for it. I know the area all too well. And the class is at night. 8-9 pm with dancing after until 11-11:30. It is one of the seediest areas on the island at night. Homeless, druggies, etc. So since she insisted on going, I told the wifee and daughter that I need to be the one taking her. And told them why. Her first class was eventless. And she really liked it and it helps her ballroom and Latin dancing. Eventless other than walking pass an army of homeless folks. Second time, I had to park several blocks away and walked her to her class. After I made sure she was safely in, I walked back to my truck. I must have been gone for no more than 15 minutes. I get in and call the wife to check up on her and the little monkey. As I am talking to her, I drive off to go plant myself in a restaurant or coffee shop to hang out until the older one is done. I am about a mile or so away from where I parked when I hang up. And as I am about to change lanes, I see an arm hanging out of the corner of my truck bed in the side mirror. WTF?!? I check again. An arm where there wasn't one before. Then I check the rearview mirror. And hidden behind the back seat rest, I see someone. I check again. My first thought, after going on the downtown ghost walk was that it was a ghost or something. Appeared out of nowhere. Then my reasoning kicked in. Must have been a stowaway who decided to climb into my truck bed to sleep. And no was up. Guy looked like he was casually chilling. I called the wifee and tell her that I have a stowaway. She did not believe me. Maybe because I was calm about it, she thought I was kidding. And when I assured her it was a guy I see, she started to freak out. She was yelling at me to call 911. I told her that I did not feel anything malevolent coming form him, so I was just going to pull over someplace, hopefully with other people around and kick him out. So the whole time I am driving, she is freaking and telling me to call 911. I pulled over and told the guy that it was time to go and he needs to get out. Then he surprised me a second time. He spoke better than most. And he said, "Aren't you going to buy me dinner first?" So I told him no, just get out. So he stood, climbed out and walked away. I am happy there was no confrontation. He was a young, tall, lean Hawaiian looking guy. And he was dressed too cleanly to be homeless. So wierd. But happy we both walked away unharmed. But I started thinking. What if he wasn't a homeless guy. What if he was a car jacker. I told my students to be careful and to check their vehicles. One of my students is a retired police officer. And she told me I should have called 911. And that they would have kept me on and arranged what looked like a routine traffic stop to remove the guy. Hope it never happens again, but I think I would call 911. Another student asked me if I was sad that I did not get to use my martial arts. I replied that I did use my martial arts training. I stayed calm the entire time and walked away safe. That is the best result. No one got hurt.