A thirsty thief in Ohio spent several years creating his own happy hour by stealing beer from a neighbor's backyard fridge, but decided it was time to buy a few rounds himself – so he left her an envelope with over a hundred bucks and an apology note.
Dee Sarnad says that her backyard was a neighborhood gathering place because she and her hubby kept the bar stocked with brewskis that residents took turns replenishing. But at some point, beers started disappearing, and no one could point to the reason – leading Sarnad to blame local teens for making off with the cans.
The thefts went on until last week, when she found an envelope containing seven 20-dollar bills and a note claiming that he'd had a religious conversion and went on to say, "Dear homeowner. Enclosed is a sum of cash that my friends and I owe you and your family to repay you for all of the times we have stolen from your poolside bar over the past few years."