VIDEO: Fight erupts at Indianapolis McDonald's drive-thru over chicken nuggets order

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A dispute over a fast-food order got physical inside the drive-thru window at an Indianapolis McDonald's.

A dispute over a fast food order got physical inside the drive-thru window of an Indianapolis McDonald's, and the fight was caught on camera.

Monique McNeely got a big wake-up call early Friday morning at a McDonald's near downtown Indianapolis.

"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," McNeely said.

Cellphone video taken by McNeely shows a silver car, but the driver and passenger of that car are nowhere to be found, except in the drive-thru window.

"They did it with such tenacity and force, so it really did scare me. I thought they were robbing at first, I thought they were robbing the McDonald's there," McNeely said.

Moments later you see them climbing out of the window, yelling and screaming at the manager before driving off.

"I couldn't even imagine being one of the workers and seeing somebody coming into that window like that. That would really freak me out," McNeely said.

The manager told WISH-TV the woman pulled-up to the second window of the drive-thru and said they hadn't been given all of the nuggets they ordered.

The manager said they placed an order for four nuggets, not 10, and even showed them the receipt.

They asked him if they could place an order now, and the manager told them they would have to drive around and order at the sign board.

According to a police report, the manager told them to have a nice day, and that's when the situation escalated.

"All I knew that I had to just keep on rolling and keep on shooting that video because it was going to help the individuals inside, especially that last bit of that video because that's when I captured the license plate number," McNeely said.

The damage inside the restaurant included the register, along with a knocked-over basin of tea.

The manager was not injured. Police are investigating.

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