- Associated Press - Friday, August 8, 2014

NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (AP) - “Sorry!”

That’s what the handwritten letter said to Rocky Rasmussen, who owns a KFC restaurant in North Platte.

He told The North Platte Telegraph (https://bit.ly/1uvCx7M ) that the envelope the letter came in also had $2 in it.

The letter said the writer had taken more chicken from the buffet than she could eat Tuesday, so she put a piece in her purse and took it home. That broke the restaurant’s buffet policy: You can’t take away extra food.

Rasmussen says it seemed to him the woman’s conscience “got the best of her.”

There was no return address on the envelope or a name on the letter.


Information from: The North Platte Telegraph, https://www.nptelegraph.com

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