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.
Keep your Kit Kat, thief 😜 @jabbins now has ALL the candy #KitKatThiefpic.twitter.com/pneXEWTJiN
— Kit Kat (@KitKat_US) November 3, 2016
Jobbins invited any hungry students to come by and grab a few bars.
"Kit Kat thief" tweet earns student 6,500 candy bars for giveaway https://t.co/UKkMexUsaD#kitkat#twitterpic.twitter.com/DASBHZTNnf
— K-State Collegian (@kstatecollegian) November 4, 2016
It is unknown if the original Kit-Kat thief came back on Thursday for more.