MOURNERS had a burger to die for — by staging a wake at a McDonald’s.
The funeral procession also went via the drive-thru — as relatives choose bizarre new ways of saying goodbye to loved ones.
Conventional ceremonies are said to be dying off as funeral directors receive wackier requests for send-offs.
One was at a zoo, while one set of mourners even gathered on a bypass — the dead person’s favourite road.
Ashes are also being scattered in more unusual venues, including a golf course, in a firework and during a skydive.
Funeral directors Co-op, which carried out the research, said just one in ten of its ceremonies are now religious.
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