Chocaholics around the world shuddered last week after the tragic news of Hunter Jobbins emerged.
Having left his car unlocked for just 15 minutes, the college student returned to his vehicle to find someone had broken in - and stolen his Kit Kat.
Luckily for Jobbins, Kit Kat made up for the theft - by filling his car with 6,500 of the chocolate bars.
The brand tweeted: “Keep your Kit Kat, thief. @jabbins now has ALL the candy #KitKatThief”
Kit Kat also shared a video of the Kansas State University student making it rain with all of newly acquired chocolate bars.
Lucky Jobbins was given the humungous stash of chocolate after he tweeted a note left by a thief who had stolen a Kit Kat from his car.
”Saw a Kit Kat in your cupholder. I love Kit Kats so I checked your door and it was unlocked,” the thief had written.
“Did not take anything other than the Kit Kat. I am sorry and hungry.”
Unsurprisingly, Jobbins’ chocolate stash has made him very popular among his fellow students, especially after he started to hand out the Kit Kat bars.
One teen jokingly tweeted: “Moral of the story: Leave your car unlocked and you may just become famous (thanks for the Kit-Kats @jabbins)”.
Lets just hope the brand’s generosity doesn’t lead to a spate of chocolate bar “thefts” on campus...