Beijing: Hundreds of workers at Foxconn’s mega iPhone factory in Zhengzhou, central China have resorted to protest on Wednesday, images and videos on Twitter have revealed.
Videos circulating on social media on Wednesday showed hundreds of workers of the iPhone factory marching on a road in daylight, while some of them were seen being confronted by a row of riot police.
In some of the videos, the workers of the iPhone factory were seen complaining about the food they had been provided.
The Zhengzhou plant is the world’s largest iPhone factory with some 200,000 workers.
Some other workers of the factory complained that they have not been paid bonuses by the company.
One photo has also gone viral, which was apparently taken during the day, showed the charred remains of a gate, apparently burned down during the night.
While foreign journalists were not allowed to be around the iPhone factory in Zhengzhou, most of the reports are being generated from secondary sources.
None of the news agencies could authenticate the videos and the photos. Interestingly, Foxconn officials also did not respond to calls.