A nurse contacted the police after her partner got into her car to celebrate New Years ahead of her upcoming shift.

When you choose a partner for life, the first thing you want to be sure of is that you can completely trust him. After all, starting a family will determine your quality of life more than, for example, choosing a career path, since you will spend unthinkable amounts of time with your partner.

Visualize it – you are a hospital worker who has at least a hard job but a deadly virus comes along and now you have even more responsibilities. You are saving lives 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, risking your own health, although you are putting all your energy and attitude into this panic case. However, one day your significant other decides to endanger not only other people, but also your own family, simply by offering something for their own entertainment.

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This is the story of how a hospital worker found herself without a car right before the night shift.

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This Reddit user shared the sad story of how her future husband decided to drive behind her and take her car to celebrate the New Year with his beloved friends, even though he knew the OP was on duty at the hospital.

This nurse called the police to her fiance, who took her car to go out with his friends, fully aware that she needed to cover the hospital shift.

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The woman began her post by explaining that she and her partner had been together for 3 years, and when the OP decided to move to her fiance’s house, she had to buy herself a car, as she works as a nurse, and there were no hospitals nearby that she could potentially move there.

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Prior to the incident, the OP’s partner also had a car, but it needed to be repaired. The woman mentioned that she offered some financial help to her significant other, but he decided that it would be better to just take the car from time to time when the OP is not working and when he really needs it.

The operating nurse works as a nurse in the hospital and had to work the night shift right on New Year’s Eve. Even though he knew about it, the partner decided to ask our OP if he could borrow her car. Moreover, the groom did not see it as a fair reason, so he asked the OP to take a day off or switch shifts so that he could still get in the car and spend the night away from home.

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After discussing the obvious and explaining it to the groom, the operator proceeded to prepare for her shift. However, when she got out of the shower, she was unable to find either her car or her partner.

After several phone calls, one of the friends finally decided to answer and “oddly enough” repeated her partner’s exact words, recommended that the woman skip shift, and said that her fiancĂ© would return with the car later. The police officer repeated that she did not give him permission to take her car and said that she would contact the police if the groom did not return her. Obviously, no one took the OP seriously, so she did exactly what she thought was right.

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Her fiancé and his pals were taken to the police station, and the OP successfully returned her car and took her to the hospital.

Naturally, OP’s partner blew up her phone and accused her of being crazy about it. Since the woman was on duty at the hospital, she left her man alone with his thoughts, and when they returned home the next day, they quarreled violently. The groom accused her of ruining his New Year’s celebration, and of course did not forget to reinforce this with a good old silent address.

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He also explained his actions by the fact that since they are family, everything should be considered “ours”, so he did not classify the whole situation as theft – however, the OP was clear enough when she previously told him that he would not under any circumstances could take her car, in which he still voluntarily decided to commit a crime.

Redditors colleagues supported the OP in her decision

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