A suspected gunman has been caught on film casually walking down the aisle before opening fire at guests at a Brazilian wedding.
The man walked calmly behind the wedded-couple-to-be, appearing to look like he was searching for a seat before pulling the weapon out from his waistband.
The footage shows the ‘assassin,’ allegedly identified as a man called Betinho start shooting in a church in Limoeiro de Anadia, Brazil, the Daily Mail reports.
According to reports, the suspected gunman had been plotting to take down a father and son at the wedding, who were going to stand as witnesses to the marriage.
The man can be seen in not exactly your ‘normal’ wedding attire, in a scruffy polo shirt and jeans, hiding the gun tucked into the waistband.
As soon as gets to the pew near the front, he whips out the weapon and starts to fire it at the unassuming guests, causing pandemonium to break out.
In the flurry, the camera rolls upto the ceiling, but the panic can still be heard and when it refocuses, guests can be seen hurrying to the front of the church where the attacker had been firing.
The lone wolf shot at 62-year-old Cícero Barbosa da Silva, and son Edmilson Bezerra da Silva, but thankfully both are in a stable condition in hospital.
Bizarrely, the wedding continued after the shootings, which were believed to be an act of revenge after the suspect’s son was killed recently.
Here’s the full disturbing footage:
After using up his shots, the suspected hit-man can be seen exiting the church as calmly as when he first entered.
What a terrifying experience.
At least the couple got married after all that though…