At a large wedding reception of about 300 guests, the groom approached a microphone on the stage to address the crowd. He thanked everyone for coming to the ceremony, many from long distances, to support the bridal couple at their wedding. He said he especially wanted to thank the bride and groom’s families.
To reward the guests for their attendance, for their gifts and especially for their support, the groom wanted everyone to share a gift from him. He told the crowd that taped to the bottom of each chair was a manila envelope, and he asked them to open it.
Inside the envelope was an 8×10 picture of his best man having sex with the bride. (It appears that the groom had gotten suspicious and hired a private detective to follow the pair.) After watching people’s reactions for a few moments, the groom turned to his best man and said, “Fxxk You.” He then turned to his “loving” bride, expressed similar sentiments, and promptly exited the reception hall.
Of course, most of us would have canceled the wedding after we had found out about the affair, but this groom had a different plan. His revenge was making the bride’s parents pay for a 300 guest wedding and reception, letting everyone know about the premarital transgression, and trashing the bride and best man’s reputations in front of friends and family.
Naturally, an annulment was his final act.
Now, that is a groom with an imagination. I wonder if the bride’s father can sue for fraud?