Groom's former lover crashes wedding wearing a bridal gown, tries to stop him while his stunned bride storms off
Thankfully, the groom ran after his angry bride, instead of staying on stage with his former lover, who was left alone on the stage, sobbing
A wedding in China took an unexpected and bizarre turn when the groom's former lover barged into the venue, wearing an elaborate bridal gown and veil, and made a scene on the stage where the newlyweds were present. In a video footage of the incident that went viral on Chinese social media, the jilted woman in full bridal attire can be seen grabbing her ex-partner's arm before dropping to her knees, yelling: "It was my fault."
As per the Sun, the emotional ex-lover reportedly barged inside the wedding venue and stopped the ceremony by suddenly begging for forgiveness, just when the bride and groom were about to seal their union with a kiss. The newlyweds' romantic moment was completely ruined as the screaming woman continued to tug at her ex-boyfriend's arm, which in turn, led to the real bride storming off the stage in anger.
Groom’s ex storms wedding begging for him to take her back!A spurned lover in China has gate-crashed her ex-boyfriend's wedding to another woman wearing a bridal gown to beg him to come back to her. The video has since gone viral. @ElaineCrowley pic.twitter.com/WyEQBhblBp— Elaine (@ElaineVMTV) April 8, 2019
Reports suggest that the embarrassing footage was first shared online by an entertainment blogger. According to Star Video, affiliated to Hunan Legal Channel, the groom split from his ex-girlfriend because they had different personalities.
He was apparently quite surprised when the woman showed up uninvited to his wedding. At one point during the cringe-worthy proceedings, the emcee tried to salvage the situation by recalling a famous quote that says: "If you ask life what love is, it is to devote your life to someone else."
Thankfully, the groom ran after his angry bride, instead of his former lover, who was left alone on the stage, sobbing.
Users on Weibo, the Chinese equivalent of Twitter, condemned the "unreasonable" ex-girlfriend and sided with the bride.
One comment read: "Do not destroy other's relationship to satisfy your own obsession," while another user said, "This is exactly why you can't be friends with an ex."
A third user wrote: "This is more than inappropriate. From the stand point of the bride, how could the wedding carry on?"