Rioting iPhone workers smash surveillance cameras and clash with China Covid police

Rioting iphone workers smash surveillance cameras and clash with china covid police

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Rioting iPhone workers smash surveillance cameras and clash with China Covid police” – below is their description.

Hundreds of workers are protesting at Foxconn’s flagship iPhone plant in China.

Footage posted online shows people smashing surveillance cameras and windows and clashing with hazmat-clad police, over Covid restrictions and poor working conditions.

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