College student tweets about Kit Kat being stolen

A college student took to Twitter on October 30 to share a story about how his Kit Kat had allegedly been stolen from his unlocked car. Hunter Jobbins, who attends Kansas State University, shared a photo of a note he said he received after he had parked his car outside the dorms for around 15 minutes.

The note, written on a piece of tissue paper in very shaky handwriting, explained how the writer had spotted a Kit Kat in the car and was so hungry they had to take it. The Kit Kat bandit stressed that they hadn't taken anything else out of the unlocked car, just the chocolate bar.

Jobbins' tweet had over 41,000 retweets at time of writing and got the attention of the official account for Kit Kat US who offered to replace the stolen bar.