Things felt easy went you don’t have to struggle much, one such example of a Russian man who booked a helicopter ride just so that he could fly to the nearest McDonald’s outlet and savour a burger! yes, you heard is clear.
According to Russian media outlet Bloknot-Krasnodar, 33-year-old Viktor Martynov and his girlfriend were vacationing in Crimea but were fed up with the organic food and the local food outlets there, so he booked a two-way ride in a helicopter cost 2000 pound so that the could fly to the nearest McDonald’s outlet that was 450 km away.
At the outlet, he ordered burgers, fries, and milkshakes, that cost around 49 pounds. Meanwhile, Martynov is the CEO of a Moscow company that sells helicopters!
“My girlfriend and I were tired of proper, organic food, we wanted normal Moscow food. Therefore, we took a helicopter and flew to Krasnodar. In fact, it turned out to be an interesting adventure: we ate hamburgers and flew by helicopter,” he told KP News.
According to Daily Star, there aren’t any McDonald’s outlets in Crimea since the fast-food ceased operations following the 2014 annexation of Crimea by Russia.