By Libya Herald reporter.
Tunis, 28 November 2015:
A disgruntled Zawia woman shot up her local bank branch after it had refused to . . .[restrict]give her money from her own account.
The unnamed woman was reported to have used a shot gun to shatter counter glass partitions at her Wahda bank after the cash-strapped bank had told her that they were unable to provide her with any cash from her own account.
The incident serves as a perfect reflection of Libya today, four years after the 2011 revolution that had overthrown the 42 year old Qaddafi regime.
It reflects how the ownership and use of arms had become a common phenomenon. The incident also reflect the dire financial straights that Libya finds itself in with banks being forced to impose cash withdrawal limits due to cash shortages. [/restrict]