Cape Town Rage Room in TikTok Video Looks Tempting, SA Eager to Try Anger Relief Activity

Cape Town Rage Room in TikTok Video Looks Tempting, SA Eager to Try Anger Relief Activity

  • One TikTok video went viral as it shows an exhilarating activity available in Western Cape's biggest town
  • The video filmed in Cape Town showed others what they could expect to do for fun as adults in the Mother City
  • Online users were fascinated by the video as it showed a stress-relieving activity for anyone who needs an outlet

A TikTok creator made a video perfect for angry people. The TikTokker in Cape Town shows a place to go and destroy things for fun.

TikTok video of Cape Town Rage room
A TikToK video shows a Cape Town activity for adults who need to let out steam. Image: @arielmulder1
Source: TikTok

Netizens were in awe, and the clip got more than 10,000 likes. There were hundreds of comments from TikTok users who loved seeing the fun experience.

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A TikTok video by @arielmulder1 shows a room just for smashing things up. The facility allows people to destroy items whichever way they want with a bat.

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Watch the TikTok video:

Mzansi love anger room idea

Viewers admitted that the TikTok video made them want to visit. Many wrote that they needed to let off steam in a smash room.

Inathi was pleased:

"The relief I got just by watching."

SpaceManMo786 wrote:

"I want to make a booking please!"

Candice L Marais said:

"I need to do this, even if it's with a stranger!"

Ruby Mngazi commented:

"Ahhh God has answered my prayers!"

QueenOfMe exclaimed:

"FINALLY one in Cape Town!"

Ali added:

"I’ve been looking for a place like this omg."

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Many love to see TikTok videos of bargains. One woman plugged people with how she travelled to Mozambique for cheap.

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Briefly News previously reported that a young woman from Gqeberha is trending on social media after she conquered her fear of swimming.

TikTok user, @sethu_sikele, enrolled in swimming lessons to face one of her biggest fears, the water. The woman uploaded the video on TikTok showing online users the classes she was taking. She found a swimming instructor who was patient and understanding, and she has made progress since her first day.

Through her journey, the woman discovered that swimming helped her overcome her fear of water and had a therapeutic effect.

Source: Briefly News

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