A newlywed groom from Scotland has left netizens in complete awe after he was spotted inebriated on his wedding day.
As if that was not enough, the chap was so 'buzzed' his angry mother-in-law had to feed him like a child.
Only identified as Terry, the groom told the LADbible he took a few beers and glasses of 'fizz' before the ceremony.
However, he thought what caused the drunken madness was the emotions he had during that special day.
His wife’s mum - who looked like a lady angered by his ways - took pieces of salmon from a plate and patiently fed the semi-conscious chap.
She even raised the plate so any remnants of the meal would pour into it instead of onto Terry’s tuxedo.
Another video which went viral portrayed an interesting bond between a caring mother-in-law who was too kind to let her misbehaving son-in-law starve.
"The woman feeding me is my mother-in-law who is the best mother-in-law in the world. Before the video I got married but was in good shape, during the ceremony which we spoke our own vows. After the ceremony we had about two hours of free booze and it was fairly hot for Scotland with the sun shining on us at our amazing wedding location," the groom said.
So loving was she that she ignored stares and snarky comments.
As Terry slipped in and out of slumber land with a piece of salmon hanging out of his mouth, the lady just wore her maternal hat and acted like nothing had happened.
“How I made a recovery was down to my best man, usher and my wife, who by the way is my best friend in this world. When I returned I was able to make a full recovery, danced my first dance with my new wife and cut our wedding cake - which was actually tequila shots in the shape of a cake (had about 10 of them). I greeted all the evening guests and was able to dance the night away till the very end,” he added.
Terry’s best man had also attempted to feed him and started slapping the sense into the groom after noticing there was no change.
We wonder where the bride was and what she was thinking.
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