Amazon (AMZN) CEO Jeff Bezos was reportedly visited by some unwanted guests outside his $80 million New York City home on Cyber Monday. A number of protesters have reportedly stormed the area outside of his home as they demonstrate against the harsh working conditions, they claim are occurring at Amazon warehouses.

The protestors are also speaking out about the environmental impact that Amazon has as well as its effect on local communities, and have marched from the company’s Staten Island, New York, warehouse to Bezos’ home on what is the busiest online shopping day of the year, Business Insider reported.

According to the news outlet, it is unclear how many protesters have descended upon the residence.

Employees of Amazon have expressed their concerns over workplace conditions at the company telling the news outlet that it is “brutal.” According to a report by The Atlantic, the Amazon warehouses had significant injury rates above the industry average.

"The march will shine a light on the fact that every click on Amazon translates to more workers getting hurt on the job and more pollution in our local communities," Alliance for a Greater New York (ALIGN), told Business Insider in a statement. "The millions of clicks Amazon sees on Cyber Monday translate to more climate emissions and more surveillance power at the disposal of ICE and local police departments."