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The apology note for the New Jersey ketchup thief goes viral

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FORKED RIVER, New Jersey (CNN) – A ketchup thief's apology note goes viral.

Yes, ketchup. And it may be a case of ketchup karma.

The thief left a note on a Perkins Diner in New Jersey, saying karma and guilt trapped them after they stole a bottle of ketchup a few weeks back.

The thief said only hours after the theft that they got into a car accident.

The deplorable thief left behind a bag of patch and two new bottles of ketchup outside the restaurant.

The owner posted a picture of the tag and bottles on Facebook and said she forgives the thief.

She said she would never have noticed the missing bottle.

And she has a ravine, the thief is a teenage girl.

Heinz was told the story and offered to pay for the person's car repair. Heinz said the person has come in contact with them privately.

Thieves' note reads:

A few weeks ago, I had taken one of your ketchup bottles off the table because for some strange reason I had been & # 39; risky. & # 39; I'm as square as they come, and this is the worst I've done.

Well, a few hours (after) I did some crashing into my car, and since then, my karma, luck and life have been s ***. I hope returning two new bottles will restore some for me, and I can stop carrying around this guilt. Again, I'm really sorry if I invaded you in the same way that my life has plagued me.

I'm sorry.

From, a terrible person



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