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Victim Of Kit Kat Snatch-And-Run Rewarded With Over 6,000 Bars

Victim Of Kit Kat Snatch-And-Run Rewarded With Over 6,000 Bars

Remember that story from a few days ago about the treacherous, Machiavellian chocoholic who left a note after snatching a Kit Kat from the car of a university student? Justice has seen served, HARD.

Kit Kat has now issued the victim 6,500 bars of the crispy wafer treat, which is one biscuit a day for the next 17.8 years, according to a calculation my colleague just did.

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The original note had read: "Saw Kit-Kat in your cut holder. 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."

It was posted by Kansas State University student Hunter who said he'd left his car open for 15 minutes near his dorm when the robbery occurred.

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It went viral, even getting a reply from Kit Kat itself, which wrote back: "Who steals someones Kit Kat?! WHO DOES THAT?! Shoot us a DM and we'll replace it for you."

Fair dos to them sticking to their promise and then some, and Godspeed to Hunter's physical health in years to come.

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Featured image credit: Darren Rovell/Twitter

Topics: Chocolate, thief

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Josh Teal

Josh Teal is a journalist at LADbible. He has contributed to the 'Knowing Me, Knowing EU' and 'UOKM8?' campaigns interviewing everyone from student drug dealers to climate change activists.