Furious husband fills wife's car with concrete for changing her surname

The cement pouring act was the man's retaliation towards his wife's change of surname from his to a business brand.

According to the Daily Mail UK News, the supermarket, Veniy, "promised to pay 50,000 RUB (703 GBP) per month to any customers prepared to legally change their surname to that of their brand."

The incident which happened in St Petersburg, Russia, has gained some reactions online following a released footage capturing the act.

One of the viewers of the video, Vladimir Nemchenko, said, "The lorry driver could be prosecuted, just like this guy, as technically he was the one who poured the cement. Why would he agree to do that?"

In the footage, the man was seen gesturing to the driver of a cement mixing truck to commence the savage act of pouring concrete in his wife's car.

After the deed was done, he then proceeded to opening the vehicle doors in a bid to allow air into it to form a solid state.

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