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DES MOINES, IA – A woman has been charged after she was caught on video jumping the counter at a McDonald’s to assault an employee over a McChicken sandwich.

The fracas happened Saturday night after 21-year-old Valerie Shepherd and her two male companions arrived at the restaurant and ordered McChicken sandwiches.

Not happy with the length of time it was taken to get their food, the trio begins arguing with the McDonald’s employees while a woman in the drive-through was recording.

At one point one of the employees hands Shepherd her order, only to have Shepherd throw it back in their face. When one of the employees tried calling 911, Shepherd jumps on the counter and knocks the phone out of her hand.

That’s when the wild swingin’ and hair pullin’ begins and, it seems to me, the McDonald’s employee was having no issues with Shepherd. Had it not been for Shepherd’s two male friends coming around to separate the women, I am pretty sure Shepherd would have gotten her ass thoroughly kicked.

Shepherd and her friends left the scene, but tips from the public help identify her. She was arrested on Tuesday and charged with assault causing injury and disorderly conduct. She was released from jail later that afternoon.

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