It’s been a few days since the world got its heart broken by the tragic saga of Hunter Jobbins, a college student who had a Kit Kat rudely stolen right out of his car. But now there’s a happy ending for Jobbins and it involves lots of good Kit-Kat karma.
Jobbins shared his story of the theft and the strange note the Kit Kat bandit left in his car, apologizing for stealing the candy bar out of Jobbins’ car but promising nothing else was stolen.Â
But the folks at Hershey, maker of Kit Kats, heard Jobbins’ tale of woe and did what they could to make it up to him, sending him 6,500 replacement candy bars and shoving them all into his car.Â
Not one to miss a chance to pass the good karma along, Jobbins responded by handing out the extra candy bars to students on the campus at Kansas State University, where he currently attends school.Â