A Lebanese Member of Parliament has held a sit-in to demand money from her frozen account.
Her action comes after more than a dozen people have raided banks to get access to their own cash.
Lebanon is facing a devastating financial crisis and banks have enforced tight withdrawal restrictions.
Many Lebanese have hailed these cases as folk heroes – but the interior ministry has condemned the attacks saying citizens should not take the law into their own hands.
The BBC’s Rachael Thorn has spoken to one woman who used a toy gun to take out $13,000 of her family’s money.
Producer: Ghassan Ibraheem
Filming: Rachael Thorn and Lee Durant