Wedding crasher: guest is arrested after trying to run over bridal party

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A wedding in Sydney this weekend took a rather unexpected turn.

According to local station 9News a wedding guest, fuelled by alcohol and cannabis, tried to the wedding… but crashing into the bridal party. 

By all accounts, Tenille Eyles and Adam Bradley's nuptials started off beautifully at Camden's Harrington Grove Country Club in Sydney. 

However, over the course of the ceremony a fight broke out between some of the wedding guests. 

Warren Donovan, the wedding photographer on duty at the time, said that at first and amid the confusion, most of the other attendees were confused as to what was going on – hence Warren continued shooting photographs. 

He explained, however, that suddenly he spotted someone driving at high speed in a car towards the crowd. 

After reaching the first gathering, the individual in question next reversed into a second crowd of wedding-goers – despite serveral attempts to take the keys from the ignition. 

"When he took off the second time that's when he came straight towards us and we jumped out of the way," Warren also told 9News. 

Australian police said afterwards that the suspect is a 55-year-old man who was the new partner of a relative. Following his arrest, the man was charged with drink and dangerous driving, as well as possession of cannabis. 

He is due in court on September 29. 

Thankfully, no one was injured in the incident. 

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