A burglary occurs when an individual unlawfully enters a dwelling, structure, or conveyance with the intent to commit an offense therein. Based on this definition, a burglary may occur in a house, vehicle, or other structure if the person entered with the intent to commit any offense inside. This definition includes conduct not ordinarily considered when a person thinks about the crime of burglary. For instance, if someone unlawfully reaches into an open car window to slap the person sitting inside, it is considered a burglary whether physical contact is made or not. Even if that person did not meet their target, they entered the vehicle with the intent to do so, and have thereby committed a burglary. Even under circumstances in which a person has obtained entry to a place by invitation, license, or public access, remaining in such a place surreptitiously, after permission has been withdrawn, or to commit a forcible felony will still qualify as burglary under Florida law.