A British student demanded this week that confectioner Nestle give her a lifetime supply of Kit Kat bars after she bought eight packages, none of which contained the candy's wafer portion, the Daily Mail reported.
Saima Ahmad, 20, a student at Kings College in London wrote the manufacturer demanding the sweet restitution after purchasing an £2 multi-pack (about $3) in December which contained pure chocolate.
"They go about the advertising the unique concept of Kit Kat, but I'm so disappointed by what I have purchased," Ahmad told the paper.
"No one else in the industry has that unique concept of mixing the wafer with the chocolate," she said.
Ahmad asked that Nestle's CEO, Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, personally respond to her request.
She said that having a lifetime supply of the chocolate creation will allow her to execute quality control for the company.
"Clearly, if I wanted to purchase a confectionery item that is purely chocolate, I would have purchased a bar of Galaxy," she wrote in the letter.
KitKat is manufactured in the United States by the Hershey Chocolate Company, but is produced worldwide by Nestle.