Polite burglar cooks burgers and leaves 'thank you' note after robbing restaurant

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Polite Burglar Cooks Burgers and Leaves 'Thank You' Note After Robbing Restaurant

BY: BUZZ 60 STAFF

A burglar in UK decided he was hungry for burgers while robbing a football club's clubhouse! So, before he left with 10 bottles of booze, he hopped in the kitchen and cooked himself some grub.

But this isn't some wham, bam, thank you ma'am kinda thief! He's got manners.

The "hamburglar" left a thank you note, along with his name.

The football club from Colne, Lancashire shared the post on its Facebook, in hopes of finding the criminal who seemed dumb enough to write his name.

The club saw some humor in it writing, "at least he likes our burgers! He cooked quite a few. Find the bugger now!"

Volunteers say he caused nearly 15-hundred dollars worth of damage, not so nice for the non-profit club, making this the third robbery in just over a year! But the community rallied together through a crowdfunding campaign where they quickly exceeded their goal.

Thank you note aside, he did not wash the dishes afterwards!

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