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Niall Horan got some Supermac's snackboxes delivered to Croke Park

He eats chicken… we eat chicken…

AS PREDICTED BY many, One Direction star Niall Horan got a chance to indulge in a much-missed Supermacs after performing to over 80,000 fans in Saturday night.

It’s enough to work up an appetite in anybody, so Nialler was greeted with a red and white snackbox when he came off stage in Croke Park.

Truly living the dream.

Chicken snack box

The Sun reports that not only did he indulge himself, 9 more boxes were ordered to spread the chicken love with his crew.

Niall and his brother Greg used to work in the Ardleigh branch in his hometown of Mullingar, and is a regular in the shop when he visits home.

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Hopefully the delivery will make up for the disappointment of meeting a closed kebab shop during his most recent Mullingar night out, with Niall telling the Nicky Byrne Show that being a popstar doesn’t overrule closing time.

We went for a couple of pints and then we went to get a kebab and the kebab shop was closed.

Scandalous.

The Macs joins his rider requests of Barry’s Tea, Clonakilty sausages and a few bags of Haribo to make the most Irish feast ever.

Clearly it rubbed off on his bandmates, with the lads talking trains to Sligo on stage and bandmate Harry Styles acting like a proper Moore Street fruit seller.

He even picked up a bit of slang on the way.

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