Reddit’s r/publicfreakout is a community where people come together to watch videos of others suffering complete meltdowns in public places. Each day, over 22,000 subscribers bear witness to profanity-laden tirades, fistfights, and an unfortunate amount of vertical video.
Now, moderators have compiled a “best of” collection, treating viewers to three straight minutes of people angrily freaking out in restaurants, airplanes, and even on television.
Somehow, adding a peaceful piano medley to footage of a man banging on the locked doors of a shopping mall is downright magical.
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