A tradesman has received thousands of comments of support after a TikTok video of him destroying his building work went viral...

It's been a rough year for all of us.

Not to mention that thousands have been let go from their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Businesses all across America have suffered.

Such as the hospitality sector, and many more that have been unable to run due to regulations put in place.

Across the pond, it's the same situation...

And one of the worst-hit areas is the construction industry.

Especially when it comes to tradesmen who work for themselves...

Every job is essential to keep the money coming in.

Sadly, some people have been unable to pay for work due to these unexpected circumstances...

And this is what sent one construction worker over the edge.

A TikTok video of a man ripping down the building work he'd put up after claiming he hadn't been paid has recently gone viral...

And it wasn't long before the comments section blew up, with people praising the man for his actions. Keep scrolling to watch the video for yourself...

The man, named in the video as "Tony," could be seen balancing on scaffolding while using his hammer to rip down the front of a building.

The staff members around him could be heard trying to calm him down, but to no avail.

A man can be heard trying to reason with him...

Saying: "Tony, calm down, come here mate, what's happening?"

After finishing with the first section, he moves on to the next, with people shouting at him to "leave it."

The man that can be seen next to him shouts down, saying: "Get the f****** police, will you?"

Surprisingly, most people were in support of Tony...

Commenting on the video, one person wrote: "Well done that man, justice is sweet... clearly hasn't been paid." Another added: "Brilliant, if you don't pay why should you keep it?" While a third commented: "That's what happens when they don't pay."

Oddly enough, the construction firm where the video is filmed has said that the man wasn't an employee of theirs.

Adding: "Whilst this incident did occur on one of our sites, we are the main contractor, and the person in question did not work for us. He was an employee of a subcontractor." You can watch the full video above.