Woman crashes ex’s wedding in bridal gown, shocking video goes viral
A woman in China crashed her ex-boyfriend’s wedding to another woman, shocking the guests and leaving the bride distraught. A video of the incident that has gone massively viral on Chinese social media platforms shows the unnamed woman in a bridal gown, kneeling in front of her ex during the ceremony. It is not clear where in China the incident took place. The woman burst in during the wedding and begged her ex to take her back. Visibly upset, she can be seen in the video yelling at the groom “it was my fault” and pulling at his sleeve. The angry bride chooses to stalk off the stage just as the video ends, even as the groom follows her.
Winged visitor: Flamingo strutting down runway holds up plane, passengers wait inside
How many men does it take to hold up a plane? None, it turns out. All it takes is a slow-walking flamingo. That is precisely what happened when holidaymakers arrived in Majorca, Spain, and had to wait inside their aircraft as a flamingo ambled down the runway in front of their plane. The easyJet flight was held up briefly on Sunday because of the bird as it arrived at the airport. A hilarious video of the flamingo strutting down the runway was filmed by an airport worker, who could be overheard saying: “We have a pink flamingo and it’s no joke. An easyJet plane has had to brake.” The plane could also be heard honking as it slowed down to stay behind the bird.
Mumbaikars play desi version of iconic Game of Thrones theme and netizens love it
Maharashtrians gathered on streets of Mumbai, dressed in their traditional attire, to celebrate Gudi Padwa. And after grooving to a few regular dhol-tasha beats, they made every Game of Thrones fan go “yaaay!” by playing a desi version of the iconic opening credits theme. The theme was played by a group of musicians known as the Aarambha Dhol Tasha Pathak. And while they were undoubtedly excited to play it, the smiles on the faces in the crowd said it all. Netizens who weren’t able to watch the event live enjoyed it via their mobile devices and expressed their love for this rendition of the ‘Game of Thrones’ tune.