Police say two women ended up climbing through the drive-thru window at an Indianapolis McDonald's and then proceeded to assault an employee after they claimed not to get enough chicken McNuggets.
Officers from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department were called to the McDonald's just after 3am on Friday, reports the Daily Mail.
The manager said they had placed an order for four pieces but the women argued that they had asked for 10 and showed staff members their receipt.
He printed out a receipt to show the pair that they had only asked for four and told them that they would have to drive around once again if they wanted to place a new order.
According to RTV6 the manager told the women to "have a nice day" before turning his back on them to fulfill other customer orders.
It was not the response the women wanted to hear and they quickly lost their tempers.
The women then began pounding on the window and honking their car horn, claiming they had been "disrespected".
There was no security video recording of the incident due to ongoing construction in the store, however, the disruption was all caught on camera as the women proceeded to climb in through the drive-thru window, knocking over tea and a cash register before assaulting the manager.
The women were then forced back out through the window and drove off at speed - without the extra chicken McNuggets.
"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," Monique McNeely told ABC7.
"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," McNeely said.
"I couldn't even imagine being one of the workers and seeing somebody coming in to that window like that. That would really freak me out."
No arrests have been made.