After all, a ketchup thief worried about bad karma may have been on something.
In early August, a restaurant owner found two bottles of ketchup and a note at Perkins Restaurant & Bakery in Forked River, NJ, which told a strange story. Someone had stolen a bottle of ketchup from the restaurant a few weeks earlier just to be hit with a bad luck. They hoped to fix their karma by returning ketchup (and some extra).
The image has captions, and it turns out that it may have worked.
According to the note, someone crashed into the ketchup thief's car just after taking the bottle (which reportedly kicked off the badge). This eventually led them to return two large bottles of Heinz Ketchup to the restaurant.
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Apparently, Heinz found out about the story and tweeted a message. “Reformed ketchup thief,” they began “We get it, Heinz makes you do wrong things. In honor of your good Ketchup Karma, we would love to help you with your car damage. DM us. We want to keep your identity a secret. "
It may have taken a few days, but it seems the karma of the reformed thief is okay.
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Heinz followed up his original tweet with the message, “Great News! We found the reformed ketchup thief. Thanks to everyone who helped get the word out. "
Meanwhile, restaurant manager Charlene Reebe told the NY Post that she forgives the customer and claimed she would" hire her in a second. "
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" Because if you do something like that, you're not a terrible person, "she told the post." You're an honest person. "
This story contained several reports from Nicole Darrah.