Thief sends heartfelt apology after stealing laptop and Twitter can't handle it

Thief sends heartfelt apology after stealing laptop and Twitter can't handle it

The internet nearly broke after a screenshot was posted on social media which showed a thief apologising after he stole someone's laptop.

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On Tuesday, a tweep, who was simply identified by his Twitter handle #StevieBlessed, shared an unbelievable screenshot of a text message his roommate received.

According to Stevie, his roommate's laptop was stolen earlier that day and he ended up getting a text from a "very sorry" thief.

"Hello, I am very very sorry for taking your laptop. I am extremely poor and needed the money. I left your phone and your wallet, so I hope that slightly makes up for something," the message started out.

The alleged thief then added he saw by the countless university files on the laptop that the owner was a student.

"I can see you are an university student. If there is any files such as university work on here that you need, let me know and I will send them to you here," the thug offered.

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Needless to say, tweeps were left dumbfounded by the post and they flooded the comment section with their opinions, Briefly.co.za gathered.

Theo, who goes by the Twitter handle @Heli0s, commented: "If he’s really sorry he’ll write the next essay."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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