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    Husband of the Year Gives No Notice to His Bride’s Fall Off the Scooter

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    Woops! Groom continues the single ride, leaving his love behind.

     

    The scooter goes over a speed bump, resulting in the bride falling off the back of the scooter while the groom speeds merrily away.

     

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