A senior manager at French auto parts maker Faurecia was being held late Thursday by workers angry at plans to restructure a factory southwest of Paris, a union official said.
The official in the CFDT union said the boss of a plant in Brieres-les-Scelles, about 45 kilometres (30 miles) from Paris, had been detained by workers in the latest incident of "bossnapping."
After all, he's just working for a "corporation". No doubt he "benefitted" from ... using government roads.
With friends like these, who needs enemies.