Drunk Wedding Guest Refuses to Stop Slow Dancing With Groom (VIDEO)

wedding danceHow was your wedding? Was it nice? Everything you hoped for? Ecru napkins to your liking? Dance to "At Last" go okay? Good. That's how it should be. It's your wedding after all; everything should be perfect and lovely and exactly as you imagined. Like, it would suck if you had to deal with a wasted woman who refused to stop slow-dancing with your husband -- you know, the groom.

Oh, hey, look at that, that actually happened to some poor woman! But on the bright side, the slow dancer was arrested.

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Brooke Burke (not the Dancing With the Stars host) was arrested last weekend for generally acting like a hot mess at an Ohio wedding she was attending. In addition to non-stop slow dancing with the groom, Burke allegedly "screamed" at people; pushed people (including a pregnant woman); and "fell to the ground kicking and screaming and being belligerent," according to the police report. So, yeah, the night probably wasn't exactly like the bride had envisioned.

Look, I love weddings. But I'm a big believer that if you're invited to the wedding of someone you're not over, you really (really) shouldn't go. Why do that to yourself? Why do that to others? I don't know if the reason Burke acted a fool at this wedding was because she was in love with the groom, but I do know that all of the insanity started after the bride asked her to kindly stop dancing with her new husband.

And while we're on the subject, I don't think people who probably aren't over the bride or groom should be invited to the wedding either. If you and your ex have been broken up for years and you've both clearly moved on and you have a good relationship, by all means, invite away. But if you "don't know" if the person is completely over you or your soon-to-be spouse, best to skip. It's only going to add a general feeling of awkwardness to the night. Or it could end up in a pregnant lady-pushing arrest. Either way, so not fantastical.

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Would you invite your ex to your wedding?


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