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The club where you can smash stuff up

30 October 2013 Last updated at 00:31 GMT

Are you angry? Frustrated in your job? Wish you had an outlet for those feelings?

Well if you live in Buenos Aires, Argentina then you can always go along to Break Club.

It is a group of people - mostly women - who have started getting together to smash up rubbish as a way of venting their aggression, all within a safe and controlled environment.

They can throw bottles at the wall, or take all their frustration out on an old computer.

BBC News went along to a session to see the destruction in action - and meet the club's creator Guido Dodero.

Video journalists: Ignacio De Los Reyes / Roopa Suchak

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