Hunter Jobbins is a normal college student attending Kansas State University, who recently became the victim of a terrible candy thief.
Hunter had left his car outside of the Kansas State dorms for about 15 minutes, but when he came back, he found a shocking note.
Left in his car was a note that said, “Saw Kit Kat in your cup holder. I love Kit Kats so I checked your door and it was unlocked. Did not take anything other than the Kit Kat. I am sorry and hungry.”
Hunter took a picture of the note and put it on twitter, where it caught the attention of a certain candy bar company.
Kit Kat tweeted him saying that if they send him a message, the chocolate company would gladly replace the candy for him. Four days later, the company gave 6,500 Kit Kat bars to Hunter, and then tweeted to the candy thief.
“Keep your Kit Kat, thief. Jobbins now has ALL the candy #KitKatThief”
Hunter decided to share the candy with his college peers where it went viral with the hashtag #KitKatsForEveryone
Crime just doesn’t pay, even if it’s a candy bar.