A Kansas State University student was left puzzled over the weekend after a thief broke into his car to steal a chocolate bar, but left behind his wallet and phone.
Hunter Jobbins was unloading things from his car into his dorm room when he returned to find the KitKat bar missing, and in its place an apology letter.
“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 m sorry and hungry.”
“I saw the note sitting in my seat and I picked it up and read it. At first I was a little upset that my KitKat was gone because, you know, it’s a KitKat and I was looking forward to eating it,” Jobbins told WIBW.
After reading the note a second time, Jobbins found the note “really funny” and decided to share it online.
His tweet immediately went viral, receiving more than 470,000 likes.
Even KitKat reached out to Jobbins offering to replace the candy bar that was stolen.
Jobbins said he isn’t going to file a complaint with police, but did offer advice to other chocolate-loving drivers.
“If you have candy in your car I would probably hide it or there’s a chance that the KitKat thief might take it from you.”