A freshman at Kansas State has quickly become this most popular guy on campus.
After a thief broke into Hunter Jobbins car last week, the thief left a note apologizing and saying he only took the sweet treat.
After Kit-Kat heard about the incident, they promised to get Hunter back his sweet snack. The company filled Jobbins' car with 6,500 Kit Kat bars to share with other K-State students. Hundreds waited in front of K-State's Haymaker dorm to get their hands on one of the Kit Kats.
The Hershey Company said they wanted to make sure that there were enough Kit Kats for all K-State students.