McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook spotted at Chicago Apple store

A pricey Mac should be well within the reach of ousted McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook — who was spotted publicly for the first time since news broke of his exit from the fast-food giant with a $70 million golden parachute.

Easterbrook, who was booted for having an affair with an employee, stopped by the Genius Bar at the Apple store in Chicago wearing a quilted black jacket and a five o’clock shadow, .

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He tested out laptops before leaving the store with a white Apple bag in tow.

Easterbrook, who had been CEO since 2015, after its board found he violated company policy by having a relationship with a subordinate.

The British-born divorced dad-of-three admitted to the misconduct in an apology email sent to employees Sunday.

The company’s stock shares doubled in value during Easterbrook’s tenure. He’s reportedly , plus a severance package.

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