Thief breaks into car, only steals Kit Kat bar, leaves apology

Posted at 9:30 AM, Nov 01, 2016

MANHATTAN, Kan. — Sometimes you just need candy.

One thief needed a Kit Kat bar so badly that they broke into a man’s car to get one. Well, technically, the door was unlocked so it wasn’t that hard.

Hunter Jobbins, a student at Kansas State University, left his car with the doors unlocked for 15 minutes and left a Kit Kat bar sitting in his car.

But when he came back, the treat was gone and a handwritten note was in its place.

Jobbins shared the note on Twitter.

“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.”

“When I came across it at first, I was kinda upset and wondering what happened to my Kit Kat, then I realized how funny it was that it happened so my frustration turned into laughter,” Jobbins told Metro.

It’s all good though because when Kit Kat found out about his unfortunate problem, it offered to send him a new chocolate bar.

You never know who’s going to break off a piece of your Kit Kat bar without your permission.