At Ikari Area in Kwun Tong, participants are invited to don orange jumpsuits and gas masks, arm themselves with metal pipes, and let out their rage on the nearest household appliance.
For HK$300, they have 15 minutes to smash up bottles and old appliances in one of the four rooms in a disused office, where black walls are splashed with crude graffiti of male genitalia and Cantonese vulgarities.
(Photo: SCMP's Jonathan Wong)
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