A former fork-lift truck driver has set up a business that charges people up to 35 to smash household items.
The bizarre attraction - in a disused church - offers children and adults the chance to take out their anger on electronics, crockery and glassware.
Customers spend 20 minutes smashing items with either a baseball bat, crowbar or hammer at 'The Rage Cage' in Brinsley, Nottinghamshire.
The business was set up by Zaac Spencer, who spent 7,500 converting the disused church.
Father-of-two Mr Spencer, 25, said:
'It's the ultimate place to release your anger.
'There isn't a place like this around, where you can do what we are doing. That is the main reason I think people come.'
'We'll start off small and hopefully grow the empire.
'Shortly after Christmas depending how well the business is doing I'd look to employ people so I can focus on opening the next one in a city.'
Customers choose between a number of packages, the cheapest being 13 for 15 minutes to smash up five small items.
There is the option of adding a printer to destroy for an additional 4. The next package, called Unleash1!, costs 20 and includes four small items, one medium and one printer.
Zaac also offers a 'couples therapy' option which costs 35 and gives customers the chance to vent2 their anger for 20 minutes to wreck3 11 small and medium items.
Customers can also pay 10 to wreck their own household items for 15 minutes.
Participants are asked to sign a disclaimer, meaning the business is not responsible for any injuries sustained.
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