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PHOTO: Naked Man Goes On Bizarre Zagreb Rampage

A middle-aged man who was barefoot and naked from the waist up, has lost the plot and gone berserk in downtown Zagreb on Wednesday morning.

At around 11:30am the man, only dressed in jeans and wielding a belt tied around his wrist, has gone on a rampage outside the Zagreb District Court. The man began smashing the windows of parked cars which belonged to judges at the court.

Before going on the rampage the man reportedly took a dip in a nearby fountain.

View the outraged man in action here: http://www.jutarnji.hr/www.jutarnji.hr/1063484

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