Groom’s Mistress Shows Up To His Wedding Day Dressed As Bride

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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, so the saying goes.

One woman in South Africa seems to have been so scorned and full of fury that she decided to put a wedding dress on and march on down to the wedding of the man she was apparently seeing, while he had plans to marry someone else.

Perhaps it’s coincidence she turned up at the venue in a wedding dress? Or maybe it was planned, or maybe she thought she was the one getting married and had just read the invitation wrong?

No, I’m willing to bet it was the guy’s fault, and he deserved what was coming.

The clip was uploaded to Twitter and quickly went viral.

With a soundtrack of screaming wedding guests (either out of laughter or fear?) it’s quite the scene seeing another man (the best man?) desperately try to calm one of the women, while the bride and groom stay at the front of the hall hoping the whole awkward situation will just go away.

‘Awkward’ is probably putting it lightly though – this is a disastrous wedding day, and it’s what you deserve if you have a ‘mistress’ these days, or ever, in fact.

The caption read:

Side chick rocked up at the wedding also wearing a wedding dress … groom trying to calm the situation.

Check it out:

At one point it looks as if a bridesmaid tries to calm down the woman in the wedding dress (the one not getting married), though I’m not sure anyone is having any luck diffusing the situation, which is understandable.

As the video went viral, one person replied:

I hope every man that cheats, gets a side chick like this. Lmaoooo

Another said:

Every cheating man deserves this kind of sidechick.

Maybe just don’t have ‘side chicks’?

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Charlie Cocksedge

Charlie Cocksedge is a journalist at UNILAD. He graduated from the University of Manchester with an MA in Creative Writing, where he learnt how to write in the third person, before getting his NCTJ. His work has also appeared in such places as The Guardian, PN Review and the bin.