Cameron Ford and Adam Welland, opting to emulate the style of their gay peers, played a prank on McDonald’s in Kingston, south-west London. They turned up at their table with a tablecloth, fake candles, wine glasses, their own cutlery and plates, electric tea lights and a table centrepiece, all in order to make it a “special night”.
The teenagers tweeted that they had been warned ‘leave or you're banned’, implying that staff disapproved of the ambiance, and, specifically, of customers bringing in their own cutlery. Photos of the pair dining at the table in shirts and ties then appreared on Twitter.
Cameron meanwhile tweeted: “Cheers to my beautiful boyfriend on our special night. Love you Adam.”
Two days later, however, it emerged that a joint Twitter account of both students had been created directly before the incident and that neither Cam nor Adam are actually gay. The two students subsequently apologised to McDonalds.
Lustralboy says: "Harmless fun, surely. And how smart of Cam and Adam to identify with the cool style of their gay mates, of whom they now, no doubt, have many more.
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