Disgruntled employee blows up warehouse because she was fed up with her boss

A disgruntled employee reportedly blew up an oil warehouse she worked in in Thailand because her boss was stressing her out. Watch the sequel below:

Ann Sriya, 38, was seen on camera entering the Prapakorn Oil warehouse in Nakhon Pathom province on the outskirts of Bangkok on November 29.

The woman allegedly threw a lit piece of paper into a fuel can, which caused a massive fire in the building where thousands of gallons of oil were stored.

The hell quickly spread due to the flammable material inside.

Dark plumes of smoke billowed from the single-story warehouse as more than 40 fire engines worked to put out the massive blaze.

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Firefighters also had to stop burning oil from spilling into a canal and reaching a nearby residential area.

It would have taken four hours to finally bring the fire under control.

More than 10 houses were reportedly damaged while a villager was burned on the arm.

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This person, however, has been sent to hospital and is now out of danger.

Officers estimated the cost of property damage at around THB 40 million ($1.2 million).

Police arrested Ann, who worked as a warehouse manager, on December 1.

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She reportedly confessed to committing arson and claimed she was motivated by the stress her 65-year-old employer, Pipat Ungprapakorn, had caused her.

Major General Chomchawin Purthananon said: “This is the second time a fire has broken out at this factory.

“The woman has worked for Prapakorn Oil for nine years.

“She said her employer complained to her and caused her stress every day, and she did not expect the fire she started to cause such a level of damage.”

Ann was taken into custody while police questioned the factory owner.

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