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Monday, 12 March 2018

Drunk wedding guests storm newlyweds’ hotel room and sexually assault bride (video)


Another disturbing video has surfaced, few weeks after a video which showed a drunk father of a groom forcing himself on his son’s new wife and kissing his bride in front of wedding guests went viral.

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The new video captures the moment, drunk wedding guests stormed the hotel room of a newly married couple in China, walked to the bed and began pulling the duvet covering the bride’s almost naked body, as she laughed alongside her husband who seem to know the men.
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However the drunk wedding guests, proceeded to trying to pull the bride’s pant and bra after they got the duvet off the bride.
Here’s a link to the video
Drunk wedding guests storm newlyweds' hotel room and sexually assault bride (video) lailasnews 1
An update on our previous report of a drunk father of a groom forcing himself on his son’s new wife, claimed that the father was merely pretending to smooch the young woman — paying “lip service” to a local wedding tradition — and have hired a law firm to take action against those who have damaged their reputation.
In a statement released few days ago, the Jiangsu Dazhi Law Firm notes that stories, photos, and videos of the alleged incident have done great harm to a formerly joyous family, and have also given a bad image to the local customs of Yancheng.
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The statement claims that the father, surnamed Bian, hosted a large party on Thursday inside the banquet hall of a local hotel to celebrate the marriage of his son, inviting numerous family members, friends, and co-workers.
At the banquet, Bian was acting in accordance with a local tradition of “pranking the bride” (闹新娘子) when he appeared to be forcibly kissing his new daughter-in-law on stage, but was in fact merely pretending to kiss her, “playacting” to meet the expectations and for the enjoyment of those attending, as well as to create the necessary “jubilant” atmosphere for such an event, according to the statement.