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Woman crashes wedding to tell groom 'I love you' before slapping bride in face

By Mirror | December 19th 2019

A jealous woman was caught on camera crashing a wedding and trying to attack the bride in front of shocked guests.

The couple were celebrating their wedding ceremony with friends and family when a woman burst into the ballroom screaming hysterically.

At least three men can be seen rushing to stop her but the woman managed to wriggle out of their arms.

She screams out loud and shouts to the groom: "Richard you cannot get married. I love you, you cannot marry."

She then runs towards the bride and appears to try to hit her as she continues hysterically shouting.

The drama unfolded in Mexico City, Mexico, according to local reports.

Then the woman continues to scream while a man who appears to be the groom is heard saying 'take her out'.

Netizens have commented on the woman's reaction to the wedding making their own guess about the story behind the video.

Youtube user 'Ciro Vazquez' wrote on the social media network: "He slept with her and then he married the other one."

Netizen 'jocemas mas' also said: "The one that married Richard seems to be a bit clumsy, he is obviously unfaithful."

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