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Newlywed bride determined to win husband back after punching his sister at wedding

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The newlywed was seeking advice on how to win her partner back (Photo: Shutterstock)

A bride's dream day quickly turned into a nightmare when she was dumped by her new husband for punching his sister at the reception.

The newlywed was seeking advice on how to win her partner back after admitting she had lost control when her sister-in-law made the day a 'living hell'.

The bride claims she had 'strolled in drunk, threw up on the gift table', and stole money given to them by other guests while attempting to clean up the mess she had made.

To top it all off, she proposed to her boyfriend, who said no.

As her patience wore out, the bride lashed out and revealed that she had punched her sister-in-law as a result of her drunken antics.

Rather than focusing his own frustrations on the chaos his sister had caused, the husband instead chose to break things off with the woman he had vowed to spend the rest of his life with just hours before.

The couple had said 'I Do' just hours earlier (Photo: Shutterstock)

After the post was shared on Twitter, many people chipped in with their own opinions on the soap-worthy drama, with some questioning why she would want her husband back at all.

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One wrote: "He did you a favour. Call a divorce lawyer."

Another replied: "Win him back? Do you really feel like you were wrong? Are you sure you want to marry into this family? Consider this divine intervention."

A third said: "Win...him back? Sis, I want you to reread the type of family you just married into and then ask us again what exactly you are trying to 'win' here. Focus on getting this marriage annulled."

Others saw it a very different way, as one argued: "You should have never EVER put your finger on his sister.

"That’s someone he loves and needs. You’ve made him pick between you and his family. You need to apologise and stay away from her."

Another backed up the stance, saying: "I mean she was wrong as hell but you can’t punch your sister-in-law."

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