A Massachusetts man used a forklift to attack his girlfriend's car, hoisting the vehicle off the ground with the woman inside, cops said.
Then the angry boyfriend slammed the car down on the street several feet away.
Brian Hurley, 41, of Springfield, Mass., began fighting with his girlfriend over money as she dropped him off at work at New England Warehousing Inc. on Saturday morning, police said.
The victim, who was not identified, told cops that Hurley slapped her and then hopped out of her car and began kicking it, causing several dents.
The enraged beau then jumped into the cab of a nearby forklift, steered the forks underneath her car and lifted it into the air.
Hurley split before police arrived, but was later busted when cops found him banging on the door of his home, Springfield's WWLP television reported.
He was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery, and damaging a car.
The woman wasn't seriously injured.