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Kit-Kat responds to viral Halloween thief story in the most awesome way possible

Hunter Jobbins, freshman at Kansas State University is all smiles in his car filled with nearly 6,500 Kit Kat bars on Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016, in Manhattan, Kansas. Earlier this week, Jobbins had a Kit Kat bar stolen from his unlocked car and a mysterious note was left from the thief. (Colin E. Braley/AP Images for The Hershey Company)

Earlier this week, Kansas State University student Hunter Jobbins was shocked to return to his car and find that his Kit-Kat candy bar had been stolen by a hungry thief who left him a handwritten apology.

The note was scrawled on a napkin and read: “Saw your Kit-Kat in your cupholder. 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.”

After the story went viral, Kit-Kat promised Jobbins they would send him a replacement candy bar, telling him on Twitter, “Who steals someones Kit-Kat?! WHO DOES THAT?! Shoot us a DM and we'll replace it for you.”

And they did just that. In fact, Kit-Kat’s parent company Hershey sent Jobbins several boxes of Kit-Kats to share with his friends around campus.

But it didn’t end there.

On Thursday afternoon, Hershey sent Jobbins a delivery of 6,500 Kit-Kat bars, which were then stacked inside Jobbins’ Toyota Camry and driven to his college campus.

Jobbins invited any hungry students to come by and grab a few bars.

It is unknown if the original Kit-Kat thief came back on Thursday for more.

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