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SUGARY REVENGE: KSU student receives 6,500 Kit Kats after his was stolen

(Source: Twitter) (Source: Twitter)
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When a Kansas State University student left his car for a few minutes and came back to an apology and the realization that someone broke into his car to steal a Kit Kat out of hunger, his revenge was rather…sweet.

KSU freshman Hunter Jobbins took to Twitter on October 30 to share the apology note after his car was broken into to share his grievances.

Many people showed their support for Jobbins, including the Kit Kat Company, according to the TODAY show.

Kit Kat tweeted Jobbins, offering a replacement.

TODAY show said it is unclear if Jobbins responded to Kit Kat, but, well he got his sweet, sweet justice.

Jobbins received 6,500 Kit Kats from the company roughly four days later.

Jobbins shared the wealth by passing out the crispy, chocolatey treat on campus.

The student took to Twitter to thank Kit Kat for his delicious revenge and ability to share them with others.

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