The UK's first Rage Cage has opened in Nottingham, allowing visitors to take out their pent-up emotion on household items.
Former forklift truck driver Zaac Spencer spent £7,500 converting a disused church in Brinsley into the strange attraction.
Both children and adults are allowed to vent their anger on crockery, electronics and glassware with either a crowbar, baseball bat or hammer...the choice is yours.
There are even a number of packages that you can choose from. The cheapest costs £13, allowing you 15 minutes to smash five small items.
The highest amount you can pay is £35, and there is a "couples therapy" option, allowing 20 minutes for customers to ruin 11 small and medium-sized items, including two printers.
But if you want to smash up your own items, which we think could be a handy way to keep your house tidy, you can do so for £10.
All visitors to the attraction have to sign a disclaimer, so that the business is not liable for any injuries. However, customers are given a hard hat, gloves and goggles.
Spencer has said he is looking to open another Rage Cage in an as-yet unnamed city after Christmas if the pilot venture goes well, according to The London Economic.