THIS is the world’s smallest McDonald’s – which is too tiny for human diners to use.
The mini Maccy’s is actually a hive crafted to house thousands of honey bees.
The diminutive diner has been finished in impressive detail[/caption]
Despite its diminutive dimensions, the restaurant has been expertly crafted to include a scaled down version of every aspect of a McDonald’s branch.
It even comes complete with little branded parasols on the dining patio, a Drive-Thru hatch and the all-important Golden Arches sign.
And the windows are plastered with impressively accurate posters advertising the McDonald’s menu.
The teeny diner was commissioned by McDonald’s in Sweden to celebrate the beehives placed on the roofs of their restaurants.
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Dubbed the McHive, it was thought-up by Scandinavian ad agency Nord DDB – who also released a behind-the-scenes video of its construction.
The clip shows craftsmen working in minute detail to replicate every aspect of a full-size McDonald’s restaurant with amazing precision.
It looks sure to create a buzz among the local bees.
Thousands of honey bees call the mini McDonald’s home[/caption]
McDonald’s commissioned the hive as a way to mark their Swedish restaurants building beehives on their roofs[/caption]
A behind-the-scenes video showed craftsmen creating the mini restaurant[/caption]
A carpenter puts the finishing touches on the all-important McDonald’s Golden Arches sign[/caption]
Bees have flocked to the new hive in their thousands[/caption]
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