Hershey fills student's car with Kit-Kats after his bar was stolen
This bizarre burglary story has an equally bizarre -- yet happy -- ending.
Kansas State University student Hunter Jobbins was shocked to find that his car was broken into by an anonymous thief ... so they could steal a Kit-Kat. They left an interesting note, which Jobbins shared on Twitter:
The tweet went viral and led to thousands off responses -- including the official Kit-Kat account. They promised to replace Jobbins' stolen Kit-Kat:
Hershey did him one better, actually: they filled his car with Kit-Kats.
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The chocolate company sent him 6,500 Kit-Kats to make up for his loss. He then proceeded to pass some of them out to his fellow students. "Any students who want Kit-Kats can come by and take some," he said once they arrived.
Jobbins decided to give to others what someone else took from him. "We want to share the wealth, if you know what I mean."