A happily married man, Hector Walgren, was once driving late one night on a badly paved country road near Rhinebeck, in upstate New York. A sudden flat tire sent the car wobbling to a standstill.
The lights in a nearby health manor invited Walgren to rap on the door. An attractive lady opened the door and asked what she could do for him. He told her his problem and wondered if he could seek the shelter of her house until dawn, when he would repair the flat. The lady agreed and invited him into her parlor.
One word led to another; one drink let to another; one touch led to another. Hector Walgren was soon divested of his clothes and snuggling in the lady's bed with an equally naked lady.
In the morning Walgren thanked her for her hospitality, told her his name was Herman Wilkins, changed his tire, and drove off.
About six months later, Walgren received a call from his friend Herman Wilkins.
"Hey," said Wilkins, "did you ever give my name to a lady in Rhinebeck, New York?"
"Well, yes" answered Walgren. "You know I am a married man, and I have a lovely wife and child. I gave her your name because you're a bachelor, and I didn't want any complications. I hope I didn't get you into any trouble."
"No, no, on the contrary," replied his friend. "Her lawyer called me to inform me that the lady recently died and I had inherited the manor and the lady's entire estate!"
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