The UK's first Rage Cage opens, allowing visitors to smash up household items

The UK's first Rage Cage opens, allowing visitors to smash up household items

A hammer is one of the options you can use to smash up items

Monday, December 5, 2016

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.