Korean GM workers storm CEO's office
A YouTube video shows South Korean employees of General Motors ransacking executive offices.
Some dozen General Motors workers in South Korea stormed the company CEO's office after they were told that bonuses were cancelled.
A video posted on YouTube shows the workers, who are union members, removing and destroying furniture in the large office.
Workers in the Incheon unit of the US car manufacturer were protesting a decision to scrap bonuses due to a cash crisis.
Just last month, it was reported that General Motors plans to cut 5,000 out of South Korea's 16,000-strong workforce.
General Motors Co workers in South Korea forced their way into company executive offices, destroying and removing furniture, shortly after the local unit of the US carmaker told employees that there will be no bonuses due to a cash crisis.
The company confirmed that a "violent incident" took place at its executive offices, and said that it was planning to take legal action against the participating workers.