Video: Bizarre rage cage opens in UK charging customers to smash up electronics and crockery

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A former fork-lift truck driver is hoping his new venture will be a smash hit by charging customers up to £35 to destroy household items with bats and hammers.

The bizarre attraction - in a disused church - offers children and adults the chance to take out their anger on electronics, crockery and glassware. Customers pay up to £35 to spend 20 minutes smashing items with either a baseball bat, crowbar or hammer. The business was set up by Zaac Spencer who spent £7,500 converting a disused church in Brinsley, Notts., into the ‘Rage Cage’. Dad-of-two Zaac, 25, said: “It’s the ultimate place to release your anger.

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