Woman goes berserk and destroys car windshield (video)

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Monday, Alabama resident Barbara Emily Lowery, 24, was caught on video destroying the windshield of a silver sedan in the parking lot of a furniture store.

Lowery was stomping out the car windshield of Nick Myrick, an associate Lowery apparently claims was cheating on her. Myrick maintains that he and Lowery were never officially dating, and he only saw her as a friend.

She was arrested by Cullman police and charged with disorderly conduct. Myrick may also press additional charges of criminal mischief.

In the video, Lowery is seen holding a shovel and striking the windshield. After putting in a few dents and cracks, she begins to walk away, only to turn back around and continue the aggressive process. After hitting the sun roof of the car and stomping on the hood, Lowery finally strikes and breaks the windshield.

“I prayed about it first, and I slept on it, and I decided it wasn’t a good idea,” Lowery had told ABC 33/40. “Then I saw a shovel. I already knew going into it that I would have to face some consequences, and you know it kind of sucks, but like I said I prayed about it and stuff, and I did it anyway.”

The following video includes an interview with the man who took the video of the woman breaking the windshield – and he has agreed to pay to replace the windshield for the owner – for free.

Another up-close video taken by the man outside:

H/T: Daily Mail

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