JAKARTA - Armed with crowbars and wearing protective gear, three women assembled at a Jakarta stress clinic survey the cluster of bottles they are about to smash to pieces.
"I feel relieved. It's like something I have been holding inside is finally released when I smashed those bottles," Ms Genta Kalbu Tanjung, a 20-year-old university student, told AFP as blaring rock music pulsated in the background.
Ms Tanjung and her two friends paid 125,000 rupiah (S$16.23) each to unleash their pent-up rage at the Temper Clinic, which also lets clients bust up old televisions and printers for a slightly higher price.
Inside a bare smash room, one wall is covered with a written reminder: "Holding on to anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die."