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Thief sends money and letter of apology for taking extra piece of chicken in buffet

How could they?

AS FAR AS we’re concerned, a buffet is the wild west of the restaurant world. Anything goes, leave rules at the door. What happens in the buffet stays in the buffet.

A fried chicken fan in Nebraska however, felt so guilty that they took an extra piece of chicken home with them, sent a handwritten apology and two dollars to cover the cost.

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The manager of the North Platte KFC branch Rocky Rasmussen told the NP Telegraph that the letter was mailed to the restaurant unsigned.

It read:

“This $2 is for the piece of chicken I brought home with me on Tuesday. That’s stealing. Sorry! I took more on my plate than I could eat and I knew it would get thrown away there because it couldn’t get put back on the buffet, so I put it in my purse and brought it home. Anyway, God has forgiven me and I hope you will too. I will not be so quick to take so much next time.”

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He suspects the handwriting indicates that the guilty writer is a female.

It seems as if her conscience got the best of her. People don’t pay for everyone in the family or will fill the last plate and it goes into a plastic bag in a purse. It’s an ongoing problem.

However, the incident has brought back his faith in customers a little.

Whoever it was probably doesn’t have a lot of money. To send a couple bucks back to us is pretty remarkable. It’s very touching.

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