Going for a sneaky McDonald’s without your other half is ‘just as bad as cheating’ one in ten Brits claim

THREE months of lockdown challenged even the strongest of couples, no doubt – with more time spent together than ever before.

But the ultimate betrayal, it seems, is for someone in a relationship to enjoytheir first McDonald's meal after lockdown without their other half – with one in ten Brits claiming it's as bad as cheating.

The fast-food giant shut its doors for some time as a result of the coronavirus lockdown.

And in that time McDonald's enthusiasts were pining for their favourite treat, counting the days until they could indulge once more.

A poll of 1,000 people found that one in twenty desperate for a taste of the grub claimed they would break up with their other half if they went for a sneaky drive-thru alone.

The remarkable devotion among its customers who struggled to live without the treat is also highlighted by claims that one in five said their first taste of a Big Mac was better than a pay rise.

But the devotion doesn't end there as 16 per cent of loyal fans even rated the feeling as being on a par with their birth of their first child and 13 per cent considered it to be better than their wedding day.

If you thought footy fans were the most devoted, though, think again, because almost a fifth admitted to feeling happier tucking into a burger than if their favourite football team were to win the league.

What's more, a morning Sausage & Egg McMuffin on the way to work was the occasion most missed during lockdown, with 22 per cent of participents admitting they missed the morning ritual.

Family trips to the drive-thru and weekend stop-offs weren't too far behind, with 21 per cent of people claiming they missed these most.

But despite stores now being open, the thought of going without again is causing stress for some desperate customers polled via OnePoll.

46 per cent of participants said they would rather go without booze than their favourite burger again – and that's a big call.

As for other things Brits would give up, almost one in 10 said they'dprefer to forgo their mobile phone and 29 per cent would rather skip watching sport for a year if it meant they could get their hands on a Big Mac.

Since McDonald's stores reopened across the nation, people haven't been able to contain their excitement, jumping for joy with the‘Return of the Mac’.

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