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Hunter Jobbins, freshman at Kansas State University poses with his car filled with nearly 6,500 Kit Kat bars on Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016, in Manhattan, Kansas. Earlier this week, Jobbins had a Kit Kat bar stolen from his unlocked car and a mysterious note was left from the thief. (Colin E. Braley/AP Images for The Hershey Company)

The Kit Kat theft victim got a car full of candy bars. All is right with the world again.



A terrible wrong has been set right. 

Remember the college student in Kansas who left his car outside his dorm and had a Kit Kat stolen from it? 

Well, Hunter Jobbins now has a car full of Kit Kats thanks to that very hungry thief. 

Jobbins shared his story and a photo of the note the bandit left in his car, apologizing for stealing the candy bar. 

The note read: “Saw Kit-Kat in your cup 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.”

His Kit Kat theft story quickly went viral. 

But, hey, thanks to the kind folks at Hershey, Jobbins has plenty of Kit Kats to go around.

Hershey made it up to him by shoving 6,500 candy bars into his car, according to Mashable

Jobbins decided to pay it forward by passing out the extra candy bars to other students at Kansas State University. 

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