WATCH: Roy Moore campaign staffers get physical with Fox News camera crew

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Fox News claims two cameramen were grabbed outside a campaign event for GOP Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore in Henagar, in DeKalb County on Monday night.

Fox News's report says, "Organizers told the media that Moore was expected to use the front entrance at the Henagar Community Center and the cameras were stationed outside, Fox News' Jonathan Serrie reported. Moore instead used a side entrance."

At that point, camera crews rushed to the side entrance, only to be confronted by two men, one of whom was later identified as Tony Goolsby, DeKalb County coordinator for Roy Moore's campaign, according to a report from our sister station WTVC.

A Fox News producer accompanying the cameramen stepped in and asked the men not to touch the cameras.

Bill Armistead, Moore's campaign chairman, told Fox News he has not seen the video, but the campaign does not approve such behavior.

The physical altercation outside Roy Moore's rally last night gets the @washingtonpost treatment

-- Connor Sheets (@ConnorASheets) November 28, 2017