Man Smashes Phone With Hammer, Phone Gets Dangerous Revenge

So, some guy thought it would be cuhraazy to film himself smashing a new Samsung Galaxy S5 with a hammer. I wonder, though, if he expected his hammer to hit something that it probably shouldn't have hit.

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As you can see, it all starts pointlessly enough. Dude smashes the front of a new phone with a hammer. It's when he flips it over, not realising what's actually inside a battery, that the phone is able to take some vengeance to the grave.

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Could something like that happen without the intent or direct action of a hammer? Could some form of impact be just strong enough to produce the same results without intent?