I sent this to Tesla for analysis to pull the logs, and they haven't gotten back to me for ten days, so I offer this mystery to the TMC community for your consideration. Here's what happened: Monday Night Football at Gillette Stadium, with my Model X parked in the stadium lot. Walk-away lock set by default, and key fob in my pocket. Early in the fourth quarter, my Tesla app sends me a phone alert saying my alarm was sounding. Not much I could do, and I wasn't going to bail on a tight game just to get an earlier glimpse of a pile of broken glass. I waited till the game was done to check it out. When I arrived at the car, a totally inebriated guy was asleep in the front passenger seat, apparently with the door locked. No sign of forced entry. We get the guy out of the car and security takes care of him...but the mystery remains. He was slammed so we couldn't get any answers from him about how he got into the car. Nearby security confirms that the car alarm had sounded. They apparently didn't check it out enough to see the drunk guy asleep in the front seat. So here's the question: How is it possible for a guy to get into my car without any trace of forced entry, but setting off the alarm nonetheless? As I mentioned, I've asked Tesla Service to pull the logs and see if there are clues. But I'm wondering whether anyone can construct a scenario that fits these facts? Is there a security bug we don't (yet) know about?