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Drunk lad posts McDonald's cheeseburger through pal's letterbox as gift after night out

READ MORE: The day the Queen ‘looked ridiculous’ as Rolls Royce got stuck in McDonald's drive-thruHe then holds it up to the camera before telling her he'll "post it through the door".A few seconds go by as he struggles to make the drop-off, but he then goes back to the camera and adds: "Melanie, it's gonna be in bits in the morning. I'm sorry."It's cheese.
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