An angry worker was filmed destroying a new home at a luxury marina after allegedly getting fired by his employer.
Footage shared on social media reveals the former employee taking control of a digger and smashing the lakeside properties in Calgary, Canada.
The reckless demolition left residents shocked as they watched until police arrived to the scene at the Pride of Rosseau Marina in the Muskoka Lakes.
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Don Tapscott, who posted the clip on Twitter, wrote: "You can’t make this up.
"A disgruntled, fired employee from a marina near our lake house snapped and destroyed the entire marina with an excavator.
"Does anyone have more information on what happened?"
Viewers shared their thoughts in comments, with one saying: "Finally the working class is beginning to rise up."
A second wrote: "That's awesome, thank you for sharing."
"I am proud of him for having the balls to do this," a third added.
Officers arrived the scene and arrested a 59-year-old man, who is confirmed to be a former employee on the property.
He has been charged with mischief over CAD $5,000 (£3,210).
Geordie Newlands, owner of SWS Muskoka which operates marinas in the area, was aware of the incident and confirmed more than one building had been damaged.
He estimated that it was possible to cost for repair was "in the millions".
"Luckily nobody got hurt, which is a good thing," he said.
"It was almost surreal what happened. For something like that to happen…it's like fiction.
"It's a small community up here and it's pretty devastating."
The newbuilds are reported belonged to a company called Pride of Rosseau, which offers boat storage, service and repairs.
The marina, according to reports, have properties currently listed for more than CAD $14 million (£8.9m).
The 59-year-old is scheduled to appear in court at a later date.
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