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LAPLACE, Louisiana -- Police in Louisiana arrested two women and two teenagers for their roles in a fight that was recorded on video and posted online. During the fight, police said a teenager grabbed a teenage fast food worker and yanked her out of the drive-thru window at McDonald's in La Place, Louisiana, WGNO reported.

McDonalds Worker yanked

The 16-year-old worker was hurt in the August 26 fight, but her injuries were not considered serious, investigators said.

"It's unbelievable. It's disturbing. It's embarrassing," Sheriff Michael Tregre said. "I think we have some young ladies here that may have lost their way to think that this is acceptable."

The 17-year-old girl accused of pulling the worker through the window was charged with second-degree battery. A 20-year-old woman in the vehicle was charged with disturbing the peace by fighting. Two other teenagers were charged with simple battery, according to WGNO.

The precise reason for the fight has not yet been determined, but sheriff's investigators said it appeared to be the result of a dispute which started on Snapchat.