Police and security forces have stormed Papua New Guinea's parliament in a dispute over unpaid bonuses for last week's Apec summit, lawmakers said, BBC reports.
The group reportedly smashed windows and furniture in the building, located in the capital Port Moresby.
The impoverished island hosted leaders from both sides of the Pacific last week despite the high costs involved.
The summit had seen delegates stay on cruise ships and the government buy 40 Maserati luxury cars for the event.
The police officers and security forces headed to parliament to vent their anger after meeting police authorities to discuss allowances they had been promised, MP Bryan Kramer said in a video posted on Facebook.