Angry customers crawl through McDonald's drive-thru window because of McNugget order

Women assaulted manager at Indianapolis McDonald’s because they wanted chicken Mc Nuggets

Monique McNeely was visiting the fast food chain in Indianapolis to get a coffee when she saw the fight break out last night.

Two women in the United States wanted their McNuggets so badly they reportedly jumped through the drive-through window and attacked a manager.

In the video, moments later you see the driver and passenger of the silver vehicle climb out of the window, yelling and screaming at the manager before driving off. When the manager said they had to reorder, chaos erupted.

"It was a little bit disturbing at first but I knew that if I got it on video that I would be able to help the individuals inside the McDonald's", she told Fox59.

The customer behind the women in the drive-thru line began recording and caught a moment when one of the women appears back through the window, apparently in throwing punches at someone inside.

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

The manager said he told the women they did not order or pay for McNuggets.

It was not the response the women wanted to hear and they quickly lost their temper. "That would really freak me out", McNeely said.

Staff said the pair knocked over a basin full of tea and damaged the tablet register after claiming they weren't given enough nuggets.

The manager was not injured.