I know most of you will doubt what I'm going to share here. I was in San Jose, getting off the freeway, taking a left light turn from the offramp and then was doing about 25-30mph when I got to an intersection that had stopped traffic on the opposite side (cruise and autopilot was off). I had a green light, so crossed the intersection and while crossing, started to brake. Had a couple uneven potholes in the intersection (it was a little rough to cross) and while braking, I felt a short bit of acceleration like I left the cruise on or something similar, except my right foot was firmly (and only) on the brake pedal. Based on what I know about cars and specifically Tesla's, the car should ignore any acceleration signal as the brake overrides that signal. Yet, while braking, I would swear that the car accelerated by about 5mph in a very short period of time (probably 0.x seconds). It felt like somebody punched the accelerator for me. I know.. I know.. You'll all be pointing at me for having my (US size 7 ) foot half on the 'gas' pedal, or blame me for being drunk, but I know it happened.. After that intersection, I put my left foot on the brake and tried to accelerate with my right foot - which of course the car ignored as I was braking. Called the Palo Alto service center and told them the exact timestamp to look into logs and anything else they can find. Obviously, i'm not too worried that the car will suddenly kill me, but it is not a nice feeling and something somewhere is buggy... Anyone else experienced something like this?