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Wedding delayed as man chops off testicles, storms church


There are a number of things that can sometimes hold up a wedding ceremony; the bride taking a little too long with her preparations, late arriving guests, or maybe a nervous groom showing up late to the ceremony. 

For one unfortunate British couple it was something beyond anyone's imagination.

According to a British paper, the couple's special day was delayed after a bleeding man who had just 'hacked' off his testicles stormed into the church.

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The Brentwood Weekly News reports final preparations for the big day were being made inside All Saints Church in Essex, England when the disturbed man stormed in, leaving a large trail of blood as he picked up and threw chairs around. 

Witnesses to the bizarre incident say the man had apparently mutilated himself with a pair of scissors before entering the church. Emergency personnel took the man to the hospital for treatment and he has since been sent for a mental evaluation.

Despite the chaos and bloody scene, the wedding was able to go on just a half-hour late according to attendees. Whoever cleaned up the mess did quite a job according to a witness, "The bride didn't know anything about it, I'm sure she does now." 


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