49 thoughts on “Hard Day at Russian Office”

  1. What the hell? I can’t believe all those people stood around and watched while this guy wrecked the office. He could have hurt someone.

    I bet those tractor-racing farm boys from Rostov-on-Don would have taken him down right after he threw the first computer monitor. Congratulations to the one MAN in the office who had the balls to take him on.

    I hate to say it, but no wonder so many Russian women are looking for husbands from outside the country. Maybe they should attend a Russian tractor race instead. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • We don’t hear them and we don’t know the whole story. Maybe most of them cry to him “go on, let the boss think twice next time before cutting down our overtime payments before x-mas!” Maybe if I were in his shoes I’d demolish the whole building, not a handful of tables.

      • You may be right. I’d love to hear the audio. Of course, I would have to have it translated. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I feel like this guy.
    I would like to do the same in my university \’cause it\’s time of egzam session.

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  4. No, I think he meant that the people watching would not only not do anything, they would either cheer him on or not notice at all.

  5. Plus, real or fake, there’s no way it’s even SET in Russia. as the date format of month/day/year you see at the bottom right of the footage isn’t used almost anywhere outside of the western nations. I’m assuming this is actually footage from an ad in the USA.

  6. Well, its not american, and I know this because i’ve heard the audio from it and its not english being spoken. Oh by the way, its very real. heres a link to the other vid of this with audio. http://break.com/index/office-worker-meltdown-second-angle.html

  7. I think this proves how annoying cubicles ๐Ÿ˜› I think he was really stressed and that guy just put him over the limit.

  8. FAKE

    the CTRs have no cables attached, cubicles aren’t that easy to dismantle, and it’s suspicious the action started at the center of the video

    • That’s what I’m thinking. Why would there be a surveillance camera pointing at the people in the office? What exactly are they monitoring? This is not a casino, so why watch your people? In most cases cameras are mounted by entrances and exists, or at something valuable. And yeah, what’s the deal with cable-free monitors?

      • It depends on what kind of work they do at that office. I once worked for a large data management company. They had cameras in all the hallways, all entrances and exits, and in certain rooms. There was a security command center where people monitored the cameras 24/7.

        Lots of places have cameras. Just because not everyone knows about them doesn’t mean they are not there. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  9. No wires connected to the computer screens. Electro stun gun sound is heard, but view is conveniently blocked so we dont know if the guy really got stunned or not ….. looks, smells and feels like a staged event.

  10. Computer screens are not connected with cables …. electro stun gun sound is heard, but the view is conveniently bloced, so we cannot say for sure that the guy was really getting zapped.

    Looks, smells and feels like a staged event …..

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  12. looks like is made by actors, by the way I think he actually hits the lady with the first computer monitor he throws.

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  14. I was about to be concerned for the woman who got hit with the monitor at the beginning then I realized something… ‘Where is the power cord to the power outlet and VGA cord(or similar attachment) to the PC??’

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