RAGE: Angry Wife Destroys Her Husband's BMW With A Hammer

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But she had a pretty good reason.

It would seem as if the trend of smashing expensive European luxury cars is picking up steam in Asia. Just a few weeks ago the internet was set ablaze with a video depicting a man in South Korea taking out his frustration on a Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG with a nine iron. Now, only a few weeks later a video has emerged of a very angry woman destroying her husband’s BMW 7 Series with a hammer after discovering he was having an affair.

According to reports, the woman claimed that her husband’s mistress had sat inside the car and thus, had made it “dirty.” Watch in awe as she vents her rage.

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