Korean Parliament Fight… again!

A rowdy South Korean parliament passed a set of media and bank ownership laws that form part of the conservative government’s delayed reforms to shake up Asia’s fourth-largest economy and make it more competitive.

MPs of both sexes punched, shoved, screamed and occasionally dragged each other to the ground in the long-delayed vote on the changes which the left-leaning opposition says will hand even more control of the economy to giant conglomerates.