Woman Caught On Tape Smashing the Windows of Her (Maybe) Husband's Car With a Golf Club. Ha?
Swing away, Merrill.
Love means never having to say, "I'm sorry for viciously destroying your car with a golf club." Or something. Let's hope that little chestnut is salve enough for this particular bout of marital strife. A woman knocked in every window of a Nissan SUV in broad daylight, and given that this is the 21st century, the whole thing wound up on YouTube. Runnin' Scared wants to hear from you if you know what the hell is happening here.
The narration and titling of the video suggest that the woman is a lover scorned, the car belonging to a husband who is thankfully out of swinging distance. We couldn't confirm that, nor could we confirm the location (somewhere in the Bronx), but it almost doesn't matter. Woman, mad. Car, toast. Basic.
The minute and 50 seconds of carnage is almost operatic. We're dropped into a drama unfolding at the speed of a golf club's downswing. Who is this woman? Where is this happening exactly? Whose car is that? Does he have good insurance? Her rage is so powerful that she snaps the golf club and continues to pummel the car with the severed club head.
Spectators wonder aloud, where the heck are the cops? And is this lady actually crazy?
Runnin' Scared reached out to the YouTube user who uploaded the videos, crackillz168, but so far we haven't heard anything back. We will update as soon as we receive a response.
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