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Britney Spears has really turned her life around. At her own admittance she has dropped a lot of weight, dedicated herself to working out, and even had her Las Vegas show, Britney: Piece of
Me, extended multiple times at the Planet Hollywood Resort. Yet, many will always remember her epic breakdown nine years ago, when she shaved her head and attacked a paparazzi’s car after returning from a visit with her estranged husband, Kevin Federline. Such misplaced aggression is not confined to celebrities, it would seem, after a heartbroken woman recently went on a vehicle massacre in China.

The last time a lovelorn car attack was heard about in China was around Valentine’s Day. In that incident, a heartbroken male elephant that had been rejected by a female suitor, destroyed fifteen cars. The latest incident, which occurred in the southern city of Shenzhen, involved a distraught human female, 22-years-old, with long hair and wearing a blue skirt. The video of the
bizarre incident shows her dropping to her knees, in tears, outside of a shop. She quickly rises to her feet, grabs a pane of glass, and throws it at a parked car.

When a passerby attempts to restrain her, she breaks free and collects a handful of large rocks. She proceeds to throw those rocks through various car windows. A second handful of rocks follows, hitting new cars. Eventually, a large group of spectators stop her rampage and hold her until police arrive. The unnamed woman was arrested and charged with felony-level destruction of property. Authorities speculate that the damage from the incident will cost over $5,000 to repair. When asked what caused the meltdown, police explained the woman’s rationale: Her boyfriend of three months had broken up with her. She knew his car was nearby, but couldn’t remember which one it was. As a result, she tried to destroy them all.

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Sun Tzu has spent about 7 years in Asia traveling through Japan, Hong Kong, China, and Korea. A true fan of everything that is weird and strange, he decides in the end what is displayed and published on this site. Sun has previous experience writing for numerous print mags such as XLR8R, URB, and Movement Magazine.
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