Working for someone is excruciatingly painful, especially when payment becomes an issue. When that happened, the worker sometimes developed a bad impression and attitude towards work. These are some of the reasons why some companies lose their hard-working employees often.
According to reports, a company in Asia refuses to pay their driver for 6 months after working hard for the company. The driver constantly demanded his money but has not received positive feedback. As a result, the driver decided to destroy everything associated with the company. In the video, you can see the driver in an excavator destroying the company's trucks parked at the site.
The work owners were shocked to see him destroying the company's properties as they tried to stop him but couldn't until he destroyed 3 trucks on the site.
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