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Filed under: Etc., Videos, Australia, Humoraussie-axe-prank-628.jpg

We've said it once and we'll say it again: When it comes to pranks, we defer to the infallible wisdom of the prophet Vincent Vega, who once said, "Don't f*** with another man's vehicle." The reasons are innumerable and shouldn't require listing here, but in case you need a refresher, allow us to direct your attention to the video after the jump.

A prank war in Australia escalates in spectacular fashion when one warring party plants an axe in the roof of the other's car. Understandably, this doesn't sit well and prompts the be-axed car's owner to blow his entire life savings on the sweet nectar of revenge.

He enlists the help of four metal fabricators who took over a month to construct a massive 42-foot-tall axe of his own. The Paul Bunyan-style weapon of minor destruction weighs in at over a ton, and as you might guess, has no problem cutting the offending prankster's Holden nearly in two.

Now, this video is awfully well produced to be some spontaneous bit of prank revenge, and the acting is spotty at best, but that doesn't make the video any less entertaining. Hit the jump to check out the carnage for yourself.

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