Four women ordered up a lot more than fried chicken from a Popeye’s restaurant in Florida.
A wild video — shot by a customer — shows the violent strong-arm robbery as it unfolded in the drive-thru lane of the popular chain in Lantana Tuesday.
According to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, it began when one of the passengers started arguing with the cashier, prompting her to spit at and assault the worker.
In the 29-second video clip, she is then seen furiously attacking an employee while standing just outside a silver Nissan Sentra.
A second crook then gets out of the driver’s seat, followed by two other women who joined in the onslaught as one of them reached inside to steal cash, deputies said.
“One of the female suspects reached into the window and grabbed money from the register,” department officials said in a statement.
The four unidentified bandits then got back into the Sentra – which had a Florida license plate of GVZP04 — and drove off, police said.
No arrests had been made in the incident as of early Wednesday, sheriff officials told The Post.
“This investigation is still very active and ongoing,” a spokeswoman for the department wrote in an email.
Anyone who can identify the women from the footage should contact Crime Stoppers of Palm Beach County at (800) 458-TIPS.