Are rage rooms cathartic — or just pointlessly destructive?

Stand back, everyone. We've encouraged q test subject Scaachi Koul to smash things.
Scaachi glares at us from within the Rage Room. (CBC)

This week, we unleash a bat-wielding Scaachi Koul in Toronto's first rage room. Our q social experimenter finds out whether breaking things is great catharsis, or — as one clinical psychologist tells us — just adding fuel to the fire.

WEB EXTRA | Here's a glimpse of what happens in a rage room. Would you ever sign up to smash someone else's belongings? Why or why not? 


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