& # 39; Like a raging hell & # 39 ;: Fairytale wedding turns into a nightmare when & # 39; 40 teenage girls & # 39; break off the ceremony while bride and groom enjoyed their first dance – before police stormed and pepper spray the NEWLYWEDS
- The marriage of Kareem and Heba was concluded by 40 wild teenage girls
- The police stormed the reception and started spraying the guests of the couple with pepper
- The mother of the bride and groom, children and other older people were the target
- Heba described her special day as & # 39; as hell & # 39; and the & # 39; worst night & # 39; of her life
A married couple's dream marriage collapsed when a maximum of 40 teenage girls invaded the ceremony before police stormed and fired pepper spray, temporarily blinding newlyweds and their guests.
Kareem and Heba had just enjoyed their first dance when the revelers, kicked from a nearby party at an AirBnb rental, went to the wedding at about midnight on July 20 at midnight in Brunswick, northern Melbourne.
The youths screamed and screamed into the function center, leading to a violent collision between guests and the gate crashes, police said.
Dozens of officers hurried to the stage, placed a road in closed traffic and used pepper spray in an attempt to end the chaos.
A couple's dream wedding has become a nightmare after 40 girls left the ceremony before a crowd of police storming visitors brutally sprayed pepper
& # 39; Look at the bride, look at the groom … pepper sprayed for no reason, & # 39; heard a woman filming outside.
Hiba, the bride, said that what was meant to be her special day, the & # 39; worst night & # 39; of her life.
& # 39; The wedding was like I was going through so much happiness and excitement and so much fun – it was really hell & # 39; An ongoing case.
Both the mothers of the bride and groom, children and older guests were among those affected by pepper spray.
& # 39; Look at the bride (photo), look at the groom … pepper sprayed for no reason, & # 39; heard a woman filming outside
Stefanie, a wedding guest, saw her seven-year-old daughter shout at her mother: & # 39; Mommy, I can't see, my eyes, Mommy, I can't see. & # 39;
The child had to be treated by paramedics.
Hiba's 62-year-old mother, Douha, has made several trips to the hospital and has suffered from breathing problems since the incident.
& # 39; I thought my mother would die & # 39 ;, she said.
Several guests were heard screaming in agony and were seen desperately washing their faces with water and saline.
& # 39; To tell you the truth, I thought I'd die, & # 39; said Hiba.
Scenes at the couple's wedding before the reception was thrown into chaos
& # 39; I don't wish anyone. It was the worst feeling. & # 39;
Kareem added: & instead of tears of joy … they had tears of pain.
& # 39; Even though we have wonderful memories of that wedding … I will always remember that joy and love until that part of that night. & # 39;
Jeremy King, the director of law firm Robinson Gill, said that police use should match the threat level.
& # 39; OC Spray is really a serious matter – I cannot emphasize that enough, and it can have serious consequences for people, especially when you are older, & # 39; he said.
Two 16-year-old girls from the gatecrashes group were arrested.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Victoria Police for comments.
Dozens of police rushed to the scene and closed the road in an attempt to capture the wild partygoers, disrupting the newlywed's reception
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