When people speak about disrupting action, an action that often goes against the commonly accepted moral laws, the pople that comes to my mind are Nietzsche, D'Annunzio, Marinetti and the Italian Futurism.
Are there any ancient Greek philosophers who had similar thoughts?
In this answer I read:
According to Epicurus, eudaimonia is achieved by successfully pursuing and maximizing pleasure. The catch is that the only way to successfully pursue and maximize one's pleasure is to practice virtue. In Epicureanism, virtue is nothing more than a means to an end, but it is the only possible means, so it is still a necessary condition of eudaimonia.
So probably Epicurus is not what I am looking for.