Bride who punched sister-in-law at wedding wants to win her husband back

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Bride (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images)
Bride (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images)

Her dream wedding descended into a disaster when the bride was deserted by her husband for hitting his sister at their wedding bash.

The newly married woman was searching for tips on how to win back her man after she lost control at the wedding where her sister-in-law made the day a “living hell”, reported the Mirror.

According to the bride, her sister-in-law “strolled in drunk, threw up on the gift table” and took off with money gifted to the couple while attempting to clean up her mess.

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To make things worse, the unruly in-law made a mockery of the event when she proposed to her boyfriend, who said no. 

The bride couldn’t deal with the repeated provocation and regrettably snapped, punching her sister-in-law, Daily Mail reports.

Asking for advice on lifestyle blog Six Brown Chicks, she gave a full account of the woman’s wild antics and said her new husband left her because of it.

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Looking to get her man back, the bride asked for advice on how to win him back.

When the post was shared on Twitter, many users piped up to give their advice on the wedding wreck.

“He did you a favour. Call a divorce lawyer,” one wrote.

“Win . . . him back? Sis, I want you to reread the type of family you just married into and then ask us again what exactly are you trying to ‘win’ here. Focus on getting this marriage annulled,” another wrote.

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One more summed it up simply: “When a toilet flushes, you don’t reach your hand in to retrieve the trash, ma’am.”

Source: Mirror, Daily Mail, SixBrownChicks

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