McDonald's manager attacked over McNuggets order

McDonald's manager attacked over McNuggets order

Police officers were dispatched to the Indianapolis McDonald's on Friday around 3 a.m., the station reports.

"I was like, "This can't be happening in front of me right now", she told an USA radio show. Apparently they believed they had ordered ten, but had really only ordered four.

Two women in IN wanted their McNuggets so badly that they reportedly lunged through the drive-thru window and attacked a manager to get them.

"It was, it was a little bit disturbing at first, but I knew that if I got it on video that I'd be able to help the individuals inside the McDonald's", Monique McNeely said to ABC7. "I thought they were robbing, at first, I thought they were robbing the McDonald's there", she said.

Cellphone video taken by McNeely shows a silver vehicle, but the driver and passenger of that auto are nowhere to be seen inside the car- just in the drive-thru window. Video showed a customer hanging out of a McDonald's drive-thru window, throwing punches at an employee inside.

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The scuffle continued for more than a minute until the women climbed back out and into their auto and fled the scene.

The manager said they had placed an order for an order of four pieces but the women argued that they had asked for 10 and showed staff members their receipt.

Police responded and were given a copy of the footage which includes the suspects' license plate number.

They knocked over a jug of tea and a cash register in the process.

Police say they did not get any chicken McNuggets.

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