An Ocean County Diner Asks For Forgiveness – With Ketchup
We've all done things that we're not proud of.
Sometimes it's a lapse in judgment, it could have been a youthful mistake, or it could have been an attempt to push society's boundaries.
What matters, though, is how we make amends for our mistakes.
That's the situation that a diner at an Ocean County restaurant found themselves in.
The scene of the crime - the Lacey Township Perkins.
The victim - a bottle of ketchup.
Apparently, the ketchup crime was just too much for the sneaky customer to live with, so they made amends anonymously.
I'll let this post from the Lacey Township Chatter Facebook page pick up the story from here:
So, to whoever swiped the ketchup - you can rest easy, it would appear that all has been forgiven.