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"I didn't do anything! I'm pregnant! Get off of me!"
Four apparently intoxicated young women made a big scene at a Michigan McDonald's that attracted the attention of police, and a video of the incident is going viral, WJBK-TV reported.
The carousing bunch were in a car at the drive-thru window, yelling that they wanted their food as well as their money back. Soon, two of them got out of the car, then went to the vehicle behind them and started chatting up two men — one of whom used his cellphone to capture the eight-minute misadventure.
"They won't get the orders out!" one woman holding an open beer bottle complained. She then turned toward the drive-thru window and yelled, "They suck! You suck!"
After a pair of women pounded on the drive-thru window and another yelled again at employees, one of the men in the trailing car predicted, "The cops are coming for sure."
Mere seconds later, Lincoln Park police pulled up and blocked the women's car. The driver then attempted to pull around the police cruiser, nearly hitting an officer who moved away at the last second.
Police then ordered them out.
"Put your hands behind your back!" one officer yelled.
A woman yelled back, "I didn't do anything! I'm pregnant! Get off of me!"
An officer then ordered the woman to "stop resisting!"
Two officers were seen dragging one of the women out of the car; one of the men in the trailing car observed that she hit her head on the concrete and was "knocked out."
Soon that woman appeared to be motionless on the ground.
Here's the cellphone video of the incident. (Content warning: video contains a great deal of profanity and some vulgar sexual language that may offend some readers.)
Police arrested all four women, WJBK reported, noting their blood-alcohol levels tested well over the legal limit. It's not clear when the incident occurred, but the video was posted to YouTube on Nov. 30.
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Sr. Editor, News
Dave Urbanski is a senior editor for Blaze News.