ALBANY, Ga. (AP) - A Georgia man hopes to profit by giving people a guilt-free outlet for venting their frustrations amid the prolonged coronavirus pandemic.
Quentin Collins of Albany is the owner of No Consequences Rage Room. For prices ranging from $25 to $80, Collins provides his customers in search of a stress-relieving outburst with TV sets, windshields, cups, bottles and other items to smash using a baseball bat or sledgehammer.
Collins told WALB-TV he’s “giving people just a way to release through all that frustration.”
“I am sure there are people who are still in the house or can’t leave,” he said. “So, I think it is going to be a great turnout.”
Similar “rage rooms” have opened across the U.S. as Americans have faced heightened anxiety from a deadly infectious disease, lockdowns, layoffs and children stuck at home in online classes.
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