WATCH: Woman Riding Scooter Crashed Wedding Shoot in Epic Photo-Bomb

Must-see: Woman riding scooter crashes wedding shoot in epic photo-bomb

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According to the Omaha World-Herald, Kenyatta Jefferson, 42, of Omaha, spotted a group of groomsmen smiling for pictures outside the CHI Health Center last month, when the city was hosting the College World Series. 

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So Jefferson, who was driving a scooter, decided to steal the spotlight.

The tie-dye-clad woman quickly rode between the photographers, Molly and Joshua Giangreco, and their subjects, striking a pose as the surprised groomsmen looked on, laughing. Jefferson then returned for another pass before riding away, she told the World-Herald.

Last week, Molly Giangreco took to Facebook to post the hilarious snapshots and identify the woman she had dubbed "Scooter Girl."

"This woman, having the time of her life on a scooter, kept riding past us – posing for photos and we LOVE her for it!," the July 4 post said. "She wanted to see them so let's see if we can find her by sharing. She took off before we could get her name/contact info. We love seeing people living their best life like this!"

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Help us find "Scooter Girl"! 🛴When your wedding is in downtown Omaha during the College World Series, you never really...

Posted by Molly B. Photography on Thursday, July 4, 2019

They found Jefferson – and met up with her again – just one day later.

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#FindScooterGirlWe found her—thanks to all of you—and reunited in the same spot where it first went down!Our little...

Posted by Molly B. Photography on Friday, July 5, 2019

"It made me feel so good," Jefferson told the World-Herald. "I couldn't believe a moment like that brought people so much joy."

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