Women assaulted manager at Indianapolis McDonald's because they wanted chicken McNuggets

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Fox News has reported that a store manager of a McDonald's resturant in Indianapolis, United States was attacked at roughly 3am whilst working the drive-thru when two women climbed through the window. They asked the manager if they could be added to the order and paid for at the window, but the manager reportedly told the women they would have to drive back around to the back of the line.

The women got angry when the manager told them they would have to line up again.

Local media reports that the women believed they had not been given all the McNuggets they had ordered.

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The manager says a woman complained she did not get enough chicken nuggets.

The women were apparently so angered by this, they climbed into the restaurant through the drive-thru window and physically assaulted him.

A similar incident went viral back in 2010 when a woman, Melodi Dushane, lashed out at a McDonald's clerk after trying to buy McNuggets at 10:30 in the morning.

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Leaving without their nuggets, the women reportedly climbed out of the restaurant and back into their vehicle and drove away.

The women were then forced back out through the window and drove off at speed - without the extra chicken McNuggets. "I thought they were robbing at first, I thought they were robbing the McDonald's there", she said.

"I couldn't even imagine being one of the workers and seeing somebody coming into that window like that".

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