Autistic boy cries receiving his favourite McDonald's meal after months of lockdown

Everyone has their own definition of happiness, and McDonald's is a happy meal that can bring a smile to anyone's face. The satisfaction of a happy meal was evident when Adam Bin Mohammad Irwan, a mildly autistic nine-year-old boy, received a surprise from his mother after two months. 

As Singapore was under lockdown due to widespread Coronavirus, McDonald's was also shut down. But, recently as the lockdown is being lifted slowly, the mother of a 9-year-old boy decided to surprise him with his favourite meal of nuggets, fries and ice cream from McD. 

Wati, decides to record his expression. So she hides the brown bags of the happy meal in a red bag and sets the happy meal in the dining room. On returning home, she tells Irwan to come to the dining room for food, but he starts crying, suspecting a prank and says, "I thought you wanted to scare me."

Wati consoles her saying, "I didn't want to scare you! I wanted to surprise you. Look, what is it?"

Teary-eyed Irwan says, "McDonald's" while sobbing.

The video was uploaded on her social media and viewed 73,000 times where Irwan is seen enjoying his happy meal peacefully. A person commented on the video saying: "This boy's genuine reaction is enough to move anyone's heart."