Clad in her wedding dress with pastor and bridesmaid in tow, she storms into a store, finds her unsuspecting fiancé and gives him an ultimatum: marry me now or it’s over.
This is the subject of a dramatic video recently shared by TikTok user @boymom_ashley – and the irate woman in the clip gives new meaning to the term bridezilla.
In part 1, the raven-haired woman, who is not named, is seen marching through the aisles of a Target store in Las Vegas, searching for her hubby-to-be, who works there.
She’s accompanied by a priest, dressed all in black, and a woman in a bridesmaid dress and heels, holding a bouquet of flowers.
In part 2, she finds her man restocking a shelf and tells him, “You put this ring on my finger two years ago and it’s time to do it or get out.”
She tells him if he doesn’t do it “this second” she’s “done” and “out”.
Her clearly embarrassed fiancé asks if they can continue the conversation outside the store and the bride-to-be agrees, telling the camera she’s “shaking”.
As the fiancé walks past the camera, it sounds like he says, “Could someone have told me then?”
The two-part clip attracted plenty of attention with more than half a million views both on TikTok and Reddit.
“The best part of my week watching this woman hunt her man down that works at Target,” Ashley (the woman who posted the videos on TikTok) captioned the videos, alongside the hashtag “bridezilla”.
“No way . . . this has to be a prank, right?!?!” one person asked on the site.
“If she does this, imagine what else she’d do! I sure hope he didn’t marry her,” another added.
Source: dailymail.co.uk, TikTok, Instagram