A Wisconsin woman named Leah Jefferson recently shared a story on her Facebook Page about what she says happened to her when she went to a car dealership to look at a vehicle.

Her story started when she found a car she was interested in at a dealership in Kenosha, Wisconsin, which is about 40 miles from her home. She set up a date and time to meet with a salesperson and she and a friend went to look at a 2004 Honda Civic.

She went on to explain that she was given the keys for a test drive and, in return, she gave them her driver's license to hold on to. She and her friend took off and drove around for about 30 minutes, then returned to the dealership. She proceeded to ask some questions about the car - all of which they were unable to answer for whatever reason. She then asked if they could budge on the price and she said that they told her that it's tax return season and so they don't need to negotiate prices.

She says she decided she did not want the vehicle and proceeded to leave the dealership. After leaving, Jefferson realized she left her license at the dealership, so she called the salesperson she was working with and offered Venmo cash to have it mailed back to her. He told her he was out of the office and would not be back until Monday.

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Later that night, she was contacted by a person on Instagram who sent her a video that appears to show one of the employees at the dealership urinating on her driver's license.

WARNING: The video below contains graphic content. 

According to Milwaukee-based WISN TV, the Kenosha Police Department issued a statement: "KPD is aware of a disgusting act of disrespect towards a person's property, a video of which is being widely shared on social media. We have been in contact with the victim and are working with that person on the investigation."

On a more positive note, Budget Motors of Wisconsin Inc. heard about Jefferson's experience. They generously gifted her with a vehicle, for free. They even offered her a 2-year warranty on the vehicle in case she has any issues that come up.

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