Fans react to Mohamad Ramadan’s latest fleet of luxurious cars

Egyptian actor Mohamad Ramadan sparked controversy when he posted his fleet of luxurious cars on Instagram. (Photo courtesy of Ramadan’s official Instagram account @mohamedramadanws)
Updated 13 May 2018
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Fans react to Mohamad Ramadan’s latest fleet of luxurious cars

CAIRO: Once again, Egyptian star Mohamad Ramadan sparked controversy when he posted on Saturday his fleet of luxurious cars on Instagram.
The actor shared a video of an orange McLaren 720S sports car, a red Ferrari 458 and a blue Lamborghini Aventador parked in his home.
“May God protect us from all evil on the roads, and grant my fans with better ones,” he captioned his video with this message.


Though he prayed for his fans to obtain better cars, many did not take kindly to the video he posted. A wave of mixed reactions on his account had comments ranging form those who were delighted for the actor, to those who envy him.
About a year ago, he stirred controversy when he shared a photo of a Lamborghini alongside a Rolls Royce he had purchased.
At the time, he explained his act by saying: “I like to share all my good moments with my fans.”
Ramadan is famous for his box office thriller films and record-breaking television series, usually aired during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.


Need to vent some anger? Jordan opens ‘Axe Rage Rooms’

Updated 18 April 2019
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Need to vent some anger? Jordan opens ‘Axe Rage Rooms’

  • People can demolish old items as well as smash plates and glasses — but for the price of $17
  • So-called rage rooms have been opening up around the world

AMMAN: In an underground room in Amman, a small group of Jordanians swing giant hammers at an old television, computer and printer, wrecking the machines, and then hit a car windscreen, shattering the glass into tiny pieces.
In the “Axe Rage Rooms,” people can vent their anger and frustration by demolishing old items as well as smashing plates and glasses.
“This is simply a place to break things and vent,” co-founder and general manager Ala’din Atari said. “A place where people come when they’re looking for a new experience... walking into a room with various items which they can break.”
So-called rage rooms have opened around the world, drawing visitors who want let their hair down and unleash some anger.
At the “Axe Rage Rooms,” where the experience costs $17, participants wearing protective suits and helmets wrote the issues bothering them on a blackboard — “ex-girlfriends,” “boss” and “all boyfriends,” the words becoming the targets of their anger.
Atari said his venue, which has seen about 10 clients a day in the month since it opened, had a space for couples, where the pair enter two rooms separated by a reinforced glass window.
“I wanted to try something new and...it was great,” said Ayla Alqadi, 23, after chucking old kitchenware at the window — behind which stood a friend.
“I felt like I had extra energy, it was a way to channel all the negativity inside, everything you feel inside you can release here.”