TEHRAN, Sept 29 (Reuters) - An Iranian who saw a woman driving what he swore was his own car accused her of stealing it, only to find two identical vehicles had accidentally been issued with the same registration plate. "You are driving my car!" state television quoted him as saying on Wednesday, after he saw the car while walking down a street in the northeastern city Mashhad. When she protested, he rang his family to find his car of the same colour, model and registration still safely ...
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