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A Canadian woman left her car in a restaurant parking lot overnight after enjoying a few alcoholic beverages with her husband, and she returned to quite the surprise.

After deciding to take an Uber home from Original Joe's Restaurant & Bar to avoid drinking and driving, Paula Grzelak-Schultz, of Sherwood Park, Alberta, returned to the establishment the next day to find a piece of paper on the windshield.

Luckily, it wasn't a ticket or an angry note, but a letter from the restaurant's managing partner, Jay McLean.

"I'm not sure if you had consumed alcohol at our restaurant or not," McLean wrote. "But we wanted to thank you for not drinking and driving. Enclosed is a voucher for 1lb of our delicious chicken wings. Please accept this as a thank you for being responsible. Life is valuable, have a great weekend."

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McLean says he's been leaving similar notes for others who park overnight for about a year now, since hearing about another bar doing so.

Grzelak-Schultz's Facebook post about the incident has been shared thousands of times, and she says she'll definitely be returning to Original Joe's.

"Not just because of the voucher, but because of how well this guy treats his patrons," Grzelak-Schultz wrote on Facebook.

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