Video .. Jordanian destroys a bank because of a transaction!

Video .. Jordanian destroys a bank because of a transaction!
Video .. Jordanian destroys a bank because of a transaction!

A Jordanian citizen destroyed the property of a bank in the capital, Amman, after a dispute with an employee over a banking transaction.

The 42-year-old attacker used stones, sticks, and iron tools to be able to smash glass windows in the presence of the audience.

The media spokesman for the Jordanian Public Security Directorate, Colonel Amer Al-Sartawi told Al-Arabiya.net that a person had attacked a bank branch in the Al-Yasmeen area in the capital, Amman, following a dispute regarding a bank transaction.

Colonel Al-Sartawi said that he broke the windows of the bank’s entrance and the automated teller machine, and the person was immediately moved to the place and the person was arrested and taken to the security center.

Colonel Al-Sartawi confirmed that the person was investigated and transferred to the competent judicial authorities to receive his punishment.

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