Selfish Biker Stops Ex On Way To Her Wedding

Story ByAna LacasaSub EditorJoseph GolderAgencyCentral European News

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This is the humiliating moment a biker pulls up next to his ex-girlfriend’s wedding car on the way to the chapel and interrupts her big day in a bid to stop her marrying the man she loves.

The bizarre incident took place in the city of Medellin, in the north-western Colombian department of Antioquia, after the unnamed biker pulled his bike in front of his ex-girlfriend’s wedding car.

In the video, the biker, still wearing his helmet, can be speaking to the bride-to-be as she sits in her wedding dress in the antique car.

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He can be seen on his knees reportedly begging her not to get married and h even tries to kiss her at one point, prompting her to shove him away.

Onlookers can be heard saying “don’t get married” and others shout “kiss, kiss”.

However, local media report the bride left the scene in the car while the biker was left alone on his two-wheeler.

Netizens loved the video, such as ‘Rosibel Lopez Gomez’ who commented: “He lost his opportunity when he was with her, now let her marry in peace, sh*t.”

And ‘flor de primavera’ added: “What a humiliating situation, ridiculous, nobody is forcing anybody to marry, whoever is getting married does it because they want to, it is nothing about confusion, everybody is responsible for their choices in life, the woman decided to get married, and this guy is humiliating a woman who does not love him anymore.”

Neither the bride nor the biker have been identified in reports.

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Ana Lacasa

I am a senior writer and journalist and editor of the Spanish desk for the Central European News agency.

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