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(VIDEO) Newlywed Couple Tries To Take Wedding Photos, But A Sunbather Who Was There First Refuses To Budge

By Nadine / mercredi 4 juillet 2018 10:00
That's one FML wedding day.

Mark Ling and his wife Mandy Cripwell from Torquay, England were just trying to document what should be the happiest day in one's life when a mystery sunbather refused to get out of the way for the couple to shoot their wedding photos in their desired spot.

According to Bored Panda, the spot that the couple chose was a very popular wedding photo spot in their area. Apparently, it's also a popular spot to really solidify your Summer tan. 

“I went up to her and asked her to move and she pretended to be asleep,”  Mark’s son Marcus said. “It’s a well-known wedding spot where you have photos taken, so she would have known it goes on there. Half of Torquay have their wedding photos in that garden.”

The woman did eventually move, but left all of her things behind.

Well, the important thing is that they can cherish their love, and that they'll have each other forever. They will also have 100 photos of a sunbather next to the wedding party. Check out the video, hilariously narrated by a pissed-off british wedding guest, below.

At the end of the day, some commenters said that the sunbather had the right to stay put because it was a public park and she was there first. And to that we say: y'all weren't raised right. Just because you have the right to do something doesn't mean you should. It's called being nice because some stuff is more important... so move your ass for the couple that are literally taking their wedding photos that they will cherish the rest of their lives. 

 

Photos: Mark Ling
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  Callyn  |  46

For what, refusing to move out of a public space? The sunbather might have been slightly antisocial, but they didn't do anything really wrong.

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  mike3775  |  30

Sure she could have moved, but she had no reason to either. If the couple wanted pictures, they should have gone earlier or come back later when she was gone. That’s what my wife and I did when we wanted pictures at a local beach, we were considerate to others and waited until the beach cleared out

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  mike3775  |  30

Sure she could have moved, but she had no reason to either. If the couple wanted pictures, they should have gone earlier or come back later when she was gone. That’s what my wife and I did when we wanted pictures at a local beach, we were considerate to others and waited until the beach cleared out

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  Nadine  |  20

...I can't stand all the comments that say the had no "reason" or "obligation" to move. Yes, there was no LAW punishable by death that said she had to move or else. But god damn do you all forget about basic consideration and kindness?? It's their WEDDING DAY! I agree with the comment about the beach, if it's multiple people, you obviously need to wait for that to clear out. But one person?

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  mike3775  |  30

You mention consideration, well where was the wedding couple’s consideration? Like I said, when I ran into that situation, we waited until people left, because we were considerate of others. Consideration runs both ways.

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  mike3775  |  30

You mention consideration, well where was the wedding couple’s consideration? Like I said, when I ran into that situation, we waited until people left, because we were considerate of others. Consideration runs both ways.

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  Nadine  |  20

I don't think asking one person to move for 20 minutes on what is potentially the most special day of your life even remotely equates to thinking you're above anyone.

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Why though? Why be intentionally antagonistic? If they were rude that's one thing, but it takes so much more effort to be an ass then it does to just get up for a few minutes and let them have their moment.

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Why though? Why be intentionally antagonistic? If they were rude that's one thing, but it takes so much more effort to be an ass then it does to just get up for a few minutes and let them have their moment.

By  ohsnapword  |  21

If she refused to move after I politely asked her to do I can take my wedding photos, she would have been bathing in my drink.

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  ohsnapword  |  21

That's when everyone in my wedding party would back me in denying the altercation ever happened.

By  nrvanagrl  |  5

It depends on how this went down. I was admiring the view at the top of Diamond Head Crater in Hawaii when a family rudely told me to get out of their way so they could take a picture. I told them it was a public space and no, I would continue to stand where I was. If they had asked me politely I would have immediately moved. We don't know how they talked to this sunbather.

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