McDonald's asks teen couple to leave after they turn dinner into an exquisite black-tie function that would make Martha Stewart weep with joy.

A pair of teens out on a romantic date decided to put some class in their Big Macs at a London McDonald's, adorning their table with a linen tablecloth, real cutlery, real plates, candles, wine glasses, and a straw centerpiece. Somewhere off in the distance, Martha Stewart was proud.

"Cheers to my beautiful boyfriend on our special night. Love you Adam," tweeted Cameron Ford to his dinner date, Adam Welland (neither of the boys are actually gay apparently, they're just posh as shit).

"We both just thought it would be hilarious to bring formal gear to such an informal place, and it developed from there," Adam told the Huffington Post UK.

But McDonald's didn't take too kindly to the boy's attempt to turn their toilet of a restaurant into a Michelin-star dining experience. Staff members reportedly tried to extract the fancy-pants pair from the establishment, but were immediately "overruled" by the other McDonald's customers, who only wished that their chicken nuggets could be consumed so daintily. Thanks to their defense of fine dining, the boys were allowed to stay, and finished their grub like gentlemen.

A McDonald's spokesperson later issued a statement saying that the pair was asked to leave because they brought outside cutlery into the restaurant, not because they were the first human beings to make Fish Fillets fabulous. Adam responded beautifully:

Hopefully, these two will be turning other shitholes into first class experiences…maybe converting port-o-potties into places you don't have to tell your parents you love them before entering? Airport security into flash mobs? Fingers crossed.