- A couple became an internet sensation after a clip showed them falling as the groom was lifting his wife up
- In order to save themselves from public shame, the lovers turned the whole incident into an opportunity to express love
- While on the floor, they held each other tightly as they kissed the way lovers would
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A video of a newly-wed couple went viral after it surfaced online. What made the clip popular was not because they were just getting married but what happened as they were dancing to the stage at their wedding reception.
Just when they were at the foot of the stage, the groom attempted to carry the love of his life, a task he was not prepared for.
As he tried lifting her up, they both came crashing to the ground as friends and family laughed. The couple utilised the opportunity for something else; they both engaged in heavy kissing while on the floor.
Watch the video below:
Below are some of the comments the video got:
"Him no do rehearsal before him come to the venue, abi the bride just chop excess combination."
"The bride is one in a million, she killed that shame in a simple way."
"To stand up come dey hard dem."
"Shey him dey wyn himself ni?"
"Best way of killing the shame."
In similar hilarious Briefly.co.za news, high heels are definitely not for everyone and Daniel Marven proved so in a new video he shared to Twitter. In the video, a lady in a jumpsuit and high heels can be seen struggling to take even the smallest of steps without stumbling.
The 28-second clip has left Saffa tweeps cringing as the lady moves at a very slow pace at what seems to be a shopping mall. With each tiny step, the unknown woman tries to balance herself but doesn't seem to be winning the fight.
She falls over a few times but manages to bring herself back up without face-planting. The hilarious video has some tweeps rolling on the floor while others have a face full of cringe. Social media users hurriedly shared their thoughts in the comments section.
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