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A Groom Ruined His Wedding When He Kicked His Wife In The Face During A Lapdance

You may kick the bride.

You would think that it would be fairly hard to screw up a wedding considering people literally spend years putting the effort into planning them and even hiring professionals to help them with every aspect of it, but it turns out i can all go wrong in just a split second, like in the video below.

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To be fair, the weddings seems a bit unconventional anyway, as professional ice hockey player Adam Gaudette thought that it would be a good idea to take off his top and perform a sensual lap dance for his new wife Micaela following their nuptials. So far so zany.

Anyway, this probably wasn’t going to be that funny in the first place and more likely just really awkward for everyone in attendance, but Gaudette decided to ramp it up even further by ‘accidentally’ kicking his wife in the face when he went to straddle her. Take a look below and see what you think:

@gaudsquadHow my husband ruined our wedding part 1🥰🤗 ##men :/ ##wedding

♬ Oh No – Kreepa

@gaudsquadReply to @tigervibe sooo I cried for a bit and he felt insanely bad but it was fine because we ended up partying until 8 am with our best friends

♬ original sound – The Gaudettes

Ouch – that was a hefty whack in the face to be fair to her. You would think a professional ice hockey player might be a bit more co-ordinated but I guess it was his wedding day and he was probably slightly inebriated so we can let him off.

Seems like it all turned out well for the couple anyway – even if it seems like nobody was following social distancing guidelines properly at the wedding, but it doesn’t seem like anyone is calling them out over that – and they got a viral video out of it too so what’s not to like? Will be looking out for Adam Gaudette next time I find myself watching a hockey match sure.

For more of the same, check out this Karen ruining her son’s wedding day by freaking out over the bride’s vows. Come on now Karen.

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