RBS said the branch staff "bore no responsibility" for the problems
A protest over bonuses has taken place outside the Cambridge branch of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
People stood outside the building on Trinity Street with a loud hailer and chanting slogans.
Organisers of the protest said they were highlighting the "massive abuses of taxpayers money".
An RBS spokesman said: "We understand the anger being expressed... however the protest is not being directed in the right place."
"The staff who work in our branches bear no responsibility for the problems faced at RBS and are working hard to serve our customers," he said.
Protester Martin Booth said it was "completely obscene" for the bank to announce bonuses of about £1bn.