In this video, a young man at a wedding performs a spirited and solo dance, much to the delight of everyone watching.
It’s the type thing that will often happen at a wedding, after some cocktails have been consumed. But what makes this spirited solo wedding dance different than most is that at this wedding there was a fountain — the kind of fountain that will sneak up on a guy when he’s paying more attention to his spastic gyrations than his immediate surroundings.
Check out the latest addition to the canon of wedding fails below.
The 29-year old vet had lost his left arm in Afghanistan, so he had nothing to brace himself with when he used his baseball cap as a glove and reached over the railing to snag a ball off of the bat of Curtis Granderson.
University of South Florida football player Danous Estenor sprung right into action when he saw that tow truck driver Pedro Arzola had become trapped underthe Cadillac Seville he had been trying to load onto his truck.
Two men and Arzola’s hysterically screaming wife hadn’t been able to move the 3,500 pound car at all. But the six-foot-three-inch, 295-pound offensive lineman, who was on his way to get a bite to eat, took a crack at lifting it all by himself.
Police responding to a call that an inebriated Ohio woman had assaulted her husband came under a very unique form of fire.
The cops found Stephanie Robinette, who had been attending a wedding celebration, locked in her car. When they tried to apprehend the 30-year old, she warned them she was a breast feeding mother. Then she removed her right breast from her dress and began spraying fresh milk at the deputies.
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