Furious bride punched ‘weird’ wedding crasher
THIS bride made sure her special day left a lasting impression on a wedding crasher.
Police said the newlywed woman slugged William A. Dickinson, 25, after he showed up uninvited Friday to her wedding in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and inappropriately touched two teen girls, the Lacrosse Tribune reported.
Dickinson and two co-workers allegedly were drinking at a Best Western hotel bar when they decided to crash the reception in hopes of "getting laid," according to a police report obtained by The Smoking Gun.
Guests told police they quickly noticed the "weird guy" - Dickinson - who was out of place on the dance floor wearing a T-shirt and jeans.
He attempted to dance with two female guests, aged 17 and 18, and then proceeded to touch them inappropriately, according to police.
When a 14-year-old guest confronted him, Dickinson "became angry" and yanked her hair, authorities said.
Dickinson told officers that he walked away, but was pushed and turned around to punch the "first person he saw" - the bride's father.
According to Dickinson, the scuffle continued until he realised the person was an older gentleman.
"Dickinson said that eventually, the bride came over and he apologised, saying he hoped he didn't ruin her party," the complaint said.
The bride, however, apparently wasn't satisfied with the party fool's apology and punched him in the face.
"Dickinson said he probably deserved it," according to police.
He was charged Monday in Eau Claire County Court with physical abuse of a child, sexual assault and disorderly conduct.
This article originally appeared in The New York Post.