Women mad over McNuggets climb through drive-thru window, assault McDonald's manager

Incident happened in Indianapolis
Posted at 5:23 PM, Nov 10, 2017

INDIANAPOLIS (WRTV) -- Police say two women climbed in the drive-thru window at an Indianapolis McDonald's and assaulted an employee because they didn't get their chicken McNuggets. 

Police were called to the restaurant just after 3 a.m. local time Friday morning.

The manager told police he was working the drive-thru window when two women pulled up complaining they did not receive their chicken McNuggets. 

When the manager told the women they didn't order McNuggets or pay for them, even printing out a receipt to show them, the pair tried to order some at the window. 

The manager told the women they would have to drive back around and order at the signboard and said, "Have a nice day," before turning his back on them to fill other customer orders, according to police. 

The women then began pounding on the window and honking their car horn, claiming they had been disrespected. They then climbed in the drive-thru window, knocking over a basin full of tea and a tablet register before assaulting the manager. 

The women then climbed back out the drive-thru window and sped away.

Police say they did not get any chicken McNuggets. 

No arrests have been made. 

You can watch Part 1 of the incident in the player above taken by Monique Hernandez-McNeely, who was waiting in the drive-thru line behind them. 

NOTE: Part 2, below, contains graphic language.