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There have been a lot of extremely angry people caught on camera doing crazy things lately. What is going on?

This guy didn’t like the way the man shooting the video was driving, so in a rather extreme display of road rage, he got out of his car to let him know how he feels.

He tells him he has a kid in his car and that he is not a fan of being video taped. Maybe he was just pissed that he was filming vertically, who knows.

“Is that all?” asks the man behind the camera.

No, that was not all. He then lets his fist do the talking.

There’s a chance it could be fake, as with anything on YouTube, but looks pretty real. Let’s add him to our list of folks who could use some anger management including Ferry Terminal Freakout Lady,McDonald’s McMeltdown Guy, Dollar Store Kid and the most recent Walmart Tax Worker Takedown.

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WARNING: This video is a bit long, and might send you into a frothing fury. Fair warning.

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After these shoplifters try to get away with their stolen goods, the Family Dollar manager takes things into his own hands. WARNING: Things get heated, with plenty of saucy language.

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It's like "Supermarket Sweep," but where you just run through the aisles knocking everything down, and no one wins.

This kid was caught on video casually tearing apart a dollar store, pushing over displays and tossing products to the floor.

Why? Maybe the "Evil Stick" told him to do it.

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This guy is definitely not "lovin' it."

A McDonald's employee in St. Paul, Minnnesota went on a rampage this past weekend, and the whole thing was captured on video by one of the customers.

He storms back and forth knocking down everything in sight, leaving quite a mess while everyone else in the store watches.

The scene is a bit like the kid who tore through a dollar store last year, but with a lot more screaming and profanity.

He had just been fired, according to the uploader, which triggered the McMeltdown.

This isn't exactly the McDonald's experience depicted in their new "Pay With Lovin'" campaign.

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Warning: there's language much too adult for this kid's voice on screen, but more importantly TURN YOUR HEADPHONES/SPEAKERS WAY, WAY DOWN. Your eardrums will thank you.

For context, the kid appears to be a griefer who took the server admin's stuff. The admin retaliated, as seen here.

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A pizza guy was forced to give back his $7 tip to a Massachusetts car dealership, and the Internet is furious.

Jarrid Tansey of Palace Pizza was paid $50 for a bill of just over $42. He left, assuming the rest was his tip as no one had spoken up otherwise.

But then he got another call asking him to return the extra cash, at which point the people at the dealership took all the money and started to harass him about it.

“Out the door before I put my foot in your ass,” said one woman.

They also tried to get the delivery guy fired by contacting his manager, who ultimately determined the dealership was the real problem, which they have had conflicts with in the past.

Eventually the owner of the dealership and his son went to the pizza place to say they were sorry.

But the apology was a day late and about 7 dollars too short, as the video had been leaked online and the Internet decided to get revenge on F&R Auto Sales in the most effective way possible: with some very interesting Yelp reviews.

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Some drunk humans hate them too.

Last week a company based in California called Lucky 7 Drones was shooting instructional videos with a DJI Phantom 3 when a shirtless man walked over and quickly put an end to their production.

They were only flying it about 3-5 feet off the ground when he got irritated by it for some reason and swatted it out of the sky with his shirt like King Kong.

It flew into his leg before crashing down on the street, damaging the device.

It’s valued at $1350, and the company ended up filing a police report and writing about the incidenton their blog.

In California, vandalism of someone elses property over $900 is considered a FELONY! So the officers went to visit this gentleman and explained to him politely (which he did not respond to well) that they had the ability to arrest him on the spot for Felony Vandalism and that the local D.A. does prosecute those charges. They suggested he sober up and tomorrow (which would be today) he pay the necessary restitution to replace this item to avoid the criminal charges. As of Thursday afternoon, we have not heard from the gentleman.