A woman in Thailand allegedly blew up the oil warehouse where she worked because she was angry with her boss.
The fire, which caused more than 40 million Thai baht (about £900,000) worth of damage, quickly spread through the building, used to store thousands of litres of oil tanks.
Images shared on social media showed a fireball and thick black smoke billowing into the air above the single-storey warehouse in Nakhon Pathom province.
Flames can then be seen coming from a two locations behind the containers before the person reappears, still carrying the paper.
CCTV footage allegedly shows an employee setting fire to a fuel container at a Prapakorn Oil warehouse in Thailand (Sourced).
It was the second time a fire had started at the factory in recent months, according to Major General Chomchawin Purthananon.
“The woman has been working for Prapakorn Oil for nine years,” the MailOnline reported him as saying. »