Women Climb Through Maccas Drive-Thru & Attack Worker Over McNuggets

Ivan Schwartz
November 13, 2017

An argument over chicken nuggets got out of hand when police said two women attacked the manager of a 24-hour McDonald's restaurant through the drive-thru window.

The women then began pounding on the window and honking their vehicle horn, claiming they had been disrespected.

He said the women asked if they could place an order for them at that time, but they were told they would have to drive around and order at the sign board.

The store manager reportedly told the pair that they never ordered nuggets and showed them a copy of their receipt to prove it.

Indianapolis Police said the women could be charged with battery and vandalism if they are found, according to USA Today.

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

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The woman who shot the video, Monique McNeely, said she has been getting calls from as far away as New Zealand about the story.

"They did it with such tenacity and force, so it really did scare me".

McNeely says she had just placed her order when she "saw two girls just dive through the drive-through window". "That would really freak me out,". "Then I started recording, because I knew this was going to be an important video".

"You have to treat others with respect, and you have to treat other with kindness and understand that mistakes happen and misunderstandings happen and miscommunications happen", she said.

She didn't think too much about the incident and drove back to the hotel where she posted the videos on Facebook. Police said the two women damaged the register and spilled tea onto the floor.

Managers at the store declined to comment, but some people in the area said they were not surprised about the altercation.

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