Helicopter Pilot Land Chopper at McDonald’s To Pick Up Some Food

When you’ve got that craving for a double quarter pounder from McDonald’s it’s extremely tough to fight it.  I don’t care where you are or what you’re doing, when it’s time to take down one of their burgers, it’s nearly impossible to resist the urge to get into your car and head to your nearest location.  But what about when you’re flying your helicopter?  Apparently the urge is no different.

At approximately 4:20 pm (seriously) on Saturday, a pilot landed his his chopper onto the lawn next to a McDonald’s in northwest Sydney, got out of the aircraft, entered the restaurant to get food, got back into the helicopter, and flew away. If you’re wondering why McDonald’s is the most successful fast food chain on the planet and in the history this is the story you can always point to for the rest of your life.

This guy’s definitely “lovin’ it.”


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