헤까닥 하다 means sth is moving very fast, but i think it's used here to mean the slang expression "눈이 헤까닥 하다" which literally means "sb's eyeballs rolled very fast (to show only the whites of his/her eyes now)" and is figuratively used to mean "sb is extremely mad/lost temper etc".
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