SpongeBob SquarePants has been one of the most popular cartoons for children for more than two decades. The yellow sea sponge’s influence has spread to comics, films, video games and beyond.
However, some SpongeBob fans have been left horrified recently when they came across a document that detailed Mr. Krabs’ death and implicated SpongeBob and Plankton.
The document, titled “The Trial of SpongeBob SquarePants”, explains how Mr Krabs died. It says that he was brutally killed and that there are a number of suspects.
Twitter users have encouraged others to look up Mr Krabs’ death on the internet again.
Who is Mr. Krabs?
Eugene Harold Krabs, more commonly known as Mr.Krabs, is a character on the popular Nickelodeon show SpongeBob SquarePants. He is the owner of the famous Krusty Krab restaurant, which is most well-known for its delicious-looking Krabby Pattie burgers.
It is well-known for its role as the money-driven manager of a burger joint where SpongeBob works as a burger flipper. He is also the father of a whale named Pearl, who he adores with all his heart.
How did Mr Krabs die?
Mr Krabs was found dead in his Krusty Krab restaurant, throat cut, according to reports.
There is a document going around the internet that is called “The Trial of SpongeBob SquarePants”. The document supposedly contains evidence on how Mr Krabs was found dead in his restaurant. The coroner’s report says that Mr Krabs died from a wound inflicted by a metal spatula.
Next to Mr Krabs’ corpse, a similar spatula was discovered, which was covered in his blood.
The document also contains witness testimonies from SpongeBob’s pals, who suggest that he may be the murderer.
The SpongeBob fans have continued to tweet their disbelief of the case since the document first appeared online in 2021.
Some people on Twitter are asking what happened to Mr. Krabs after reading a document that says Patrick killed him. However, it is likely that this document was written as part of a school project or was fan fiction.
Some episodes of SpongeBob were taken off the air after they failed a standards review. One episode had a “virus storyline” and another was about Mr Krabs’ “panty raid.”
Is There an Evidence of the Murderer?
The blood of Mr. Krab and his fingerprints were on the knife used to maim the crab. This is surprising since SpongeBob’s prints were also on the spatula. He is implicated as a result of this.
When Krabs was killed, Plankton began selling recipes that were comparable to those sold by Krabs. He also repaid SpongeBob’s debt, stating that it came from his generous heart. All of this implies that Plankton as well as SpongeBob were involved in the murder of Mr. Krabs.
Some of the restaurant’s patrons stated in court that they saw SpongeBob enter two hours before Mr. Krabs was discovered dead. According to Patrick, SpongeBob went to the restaurant and found Mr. Krabs very upset. He also said that perhaps Krab may never sell another burger again.
There is still little information regarding Mr. Krabs’ death at the moment. Investigators must have additional time to figure out what occurred.
Who killed Mr. Krabs?
Mr. Krabs may have perished in a variety of ways. The teams attempting to prove SpongeBob’s innocence or guilt will need to examine the evidence and decide. We can also utilize the evidence to develop our own theories about what occurred.
According to reports, the floor was wet, making it difficult for him to maintain his balance. This situation seems impossible, but it is not without precedent. He could have sliced his throat by accident in this example, but the vacant safe and cash register make no sense.
This is where Krabs’ death comes into play. Plankton, Mr Krabs’ long-time foe, began offering burgers with a very similar recipe to the legendary Krabby Patty not long after Mr Krabs died.
Plankton paid off the rest of SpongeBob’s house loan two days after offering the burgers.
According to the document, SpongeBob has never received a raise throughout his years of employment at the Krusty Krab, causing him to be dissatisfied.
This is considered to be evidence for the theory that SpongeBob and Plankton collaborated to steal the Krabby Patty recipe, while Mr. Krabs’ death was an accident all along.