Friday, 4 November 2016

Kit Kat gives student 6,500 chocolate bars after tweet revealing how a stranger broke into his car to steal went viral

A Kansas State University student became popular online when he revealed via twitter that a hungry stranger broke into his car & stole his Kit Kat chocolate bars. His tweet went viral, especially because he shared a photo of a handwritten confession left by the stranger, found in place of the Kit Kat bar that was inside his car’s cup holder.

Well Hershey - the Company which produces Kit Kat bars in the United States, replied his tweet and asked him to get in touch so they'll replace it.

They sure did! Approximately 6,500 bars of the wrapped wafer chocolate were stuffed inside Hunter Jobbins’ car, giving him the opportunity to shares some out to his classmates and others.


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