Two burglars broke into soccer club’s Colne FC’s cafe in Lancashire this past Saturday night for a good bit of trolling.
The culprits grilled up a few frozen patties, enjoyed some dessert, and made off with 10 bottles of booze—but not before expressing their gratitude with a hand-written thank-you note.
According to club treasurer Janette Harries,
BBC reports that volunteers found a message scribbled across the wall that read, “thank you burgor (sic) was great” before signing off with “Joey back at it” and a smiley face.
At least the thief likes our Burgers! He cooked quite a few. Find the bugger now! pic.twitter.com/4obZVSBUsf
— Colne FC (@Colne_FC) January 3, 2016
Harries estimates that the burglary cost the club around £1,000 (~$1,450) in addition to a mess of spilt milk. She explains,
No word on any leads, but the “Joey” signature may prove to be the deal breaker in this case.