McDonald's delivered straight to wheat fields

McDonald's delivered to Bellata contract harvesters via helicopter

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Pilot Anthony Glynn handing the McDonald's delivery to Bob Hilton from Coulton Farming. Photo: Josh Bowman

Pilot Anthony Glynn handing the McDonald's delivery to Bob Hilton from Coulton Farming. Photo: Josh Bowman

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Everybody needs a mate with a helicopter to deliver warm McDonalds.

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McDelivery took on a whole new meaning at Bellata when a team of contract harvesters received their lunch order straight to the wheat fields.

The team at Coulton Farming led by Will Coulton were devouring coffee and warm Parmi burgers from Moree McDonald's within about 11 minutes after a delivery from Will's helicopter pilot brother-in-law Anthony Glynn.

Chaser bin driver Josh Bowman quickly shot to social media fame when he posted proof of the meal order to his page earlier this week.

Having worked through lunch the day before, Mr Glynn came to their rescue in a rather novel way.

"He (Anthony) was itching to get out for a fly and he said to Will, 'Do you need parts? What do you need?'," Josh said.

"Will was like, no we are good. But he said, 'What about food? How about bringing some Maccas down?'"

They ducked in to the Moree restaurant, drove the food to the airport before Anthony raced it down to the property.

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"We just thought it'd be funny...this is how we expect our lunch delivered," Josh said.

"We all pulled up for 10 minutes.

"I have a very small following (on social media) and I thought I might get a couple likes from my friend. I'm from the northern hemisphere and I've been in Australia for three years and that sort of stuff just doesn't happen."

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