A 67-year-old woman from Hainaut Province in Wallonia (Belgium) left her home in Erquelinnes on 12 January to pick up a friend at the Brussels North Station, but arrived in Zagreb (Croatia) twelve hours later after using her GPS.
A 40-minute trip, turned into a 12-hour journey (1,450km) across Germany and Austria. "I was absent-minded so I kept on putting my foot down”, Sabine Moureau told the daily Het Nieuwsblad.
"I switched on the GPS and punched in the addres...
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