Wedding in luxury country house descends into chaos while man climbs on the hood and hits the windshield
Luxury wedding descends into chaos as a man allegedly climbs on the hood of a Mercedes and PUNCHES through the windshield – while another vehicle has cut its tires
- Reportedly, images showed a man in the car before he broke the windshield
- The man started screaming and claimed that the driver of the black Mercedes had hit him
- The cameraman repeatedly told the man to get out
- The luxury wedding reception was worth tens of thousands of dollars
A wedding in the mansion descended into chaos when a man allegedly climbed onto the hood of a car and slammed his windshield on the windshield while another man cut his tires.
Police were summoned during the weekend for the luxury reception of a tens of thousands of dollars wedding at Campbell Point House in Leopold, southwest of Melbourne.
Reportedly, mobile phone images showed the moment when the man installed the hood of a moving Mercedes van and threw his fist in the windshield and smashed it.
The video caused the cameraman to run to the man who extends over the hood and instructs him to leave the car.
Allegedly, images of mobile phones showed the moment when a man installed the hood of a moving Mercedes van and threw his fist in the windshield and smashed it
“You hit the window! You jumped! shouted the cameraman.
“No, he hit me!” the man in the car replied and pointed to the driver.
The cameraman shouted at him repeatedly to get out of the vehicle.
It is believed that the man (photo) was not part of the wedding meeting, which was attended by 40 people
But the man stopped and asked the driver to turn off the vehicle.
A member of the bridal party called police.
“From the moment we arrived, it was clear that things were wrong,” he told the Herald Sun..
“In the end, my biggest concern was that the couple was having a good time and that we were gone.”
It was believed that the car carried the parents of the bride and groom.
It is also believed that the man was not part of the wedding meeting, which was attended by 40 people.
Police told Daily Mail Australia that the man fell out of the van and was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
Authorities are investigating the circumstances of the incident and no one has been arrested.
According to the publication, an unknown person would have cut the tires of a man’s car during the same marriage.
Meg Blackhall, the co-owner of the property, told Daily Mail Australia: “The case is with the police and our legal team and the truth will come out through the right channels.”