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Wait boy, 9, is crying with joy as he is stuck in his first McDonald’s after months of suspension


Well, that's a happy meal! Moment when the nine-year-old boy cries for joy as he sticks into his first McDonald’s after months of being blocked in Singapore

  • Adam Bin Mohammad Irwan was overwhelmed with emotion after eating
  • Mama Wati shared the video on Facebook, it has been viewed over 73,000 times
  • At some point Adam lovingly brings the chicken nugget to his cheek

This is the heartwarming moment when a nine-year-old autistic boy burst into tears after his mother brought him his first McDonald’s since the block began.

Mother Wati filmed herself and showed her 9-year-old son Adam Bin Mohammad Irwan at the McDonald's snack bar on May 18.

The fast food giant reopened in Singapore on May 10 after weeks of closure.

The video begins with Wati sitting in her car. & # 39; Hello people. I get McDonald’s. It's a surprise! & # 39; She said.

She brings the food into the house and leads Adam to the kitchen, where the food is spread out on the table.

In the beginning, Adam believes his mother is playing a prank.

"I thought you were trying to scare me," he said before hugging his mother, who quickly calmed him down.

At some point Adam lovingly brings the chicken nugget to his cheek

"I did not mean to scare you! I wanted to surprise you. Look what is this & # 39; she said

"McDonald's," he said.

Adam is then filmed eating chicken nuggets. At some point he holds one of the nuggets against his face as if he wanted to hug it.

Mama Wati shared the video on Facebook. She added that McNuggets was Adam's favorite food with chips and ice cream

Mama Wati shared the video on Facebook. She added that McNuggets was Adam's favorite food with chips and ice cream

You can hear him in tears thanking his mother, delighted to see his favorite food and overwhelmed by the situation.

Mother Wati shared the video on Facebook, where it was viewed over 73,000 times, much to the delight of users.

She added that McNuggets with chips and ice cream was Adam's favorite food.

She also said that her son has sensory sensitivity and mild autism that caused his "overreaction".

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