That guy whose Kit Kat was stolen from his car has received delicious justice

Don’t you hate it when bad things happen to good people? Luckily, sometimes these situations can be rectified. Case in point — after being the victim of candy bar theft, that guy whose Kit Kat was stolen from his car has received sweet, delicious justice. (Literally.)

Although the perpetrator of the strange crime is still at large, Hunter Jobbins' viral post caught the attention of Hershey's — and the candy manufacturer filled his car with approximately 6,500 Kit Kat bars on Thursday, a brand representative confirms. Jobbins was thrilled by the delicious surprise and he had a blast sharing the candy bars with his fellow students at Kansas State University.

In the original culprit’s defense, he did leave an apology note explaining that he just really loves Kit Kats and couldn’t resist when he spotted the candy in the cupholder of Jobbins’ unlocked car. “I am sorry and hungry,” he wrote on a napkin.

“When we heard about what happened to Hunter, we felt his pain, said Kit Kat senior associate brand manager Shilpa Gadhok. “That being said, we also deeply appreciate the ‘Kit-Napper’s’ sincerity in owning up to his craving — we can empathize… sometimes you just need a break.

I don’t know about you, but I’m relieved Jobbins was still able to get his candy fix this week — and then some.

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