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Scripted Video Of Groom Cheating on Bride on Their Wedding Day Circulated as Real: Fact-Check

A video that shows a couple in a compromising position in a limousine while a woman screams and cries outside has been widely shared on social media platforms with a claim that the bride caught her groom cheating on their wedding day. The bride was supposedly yelling at her future husband who was inside the limousine. And he was right there, having sex with his lover on the day he was supposed to get married. The woman’s desperate cries could be heard in the video that was shared on Instagram.

The video was shared by several users on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook with a misleading claim that it shows a real incident of a bride catching her groom cheating on their wedding day. Some of the users added captions such as “This is why I don’t trust men”, “Poor bride”, “What a shameless groom” and “This is heartbreaking”. Some of the users also claimed that the video was from India, Pakistan or Bangladesh. One of the users who shared the video on Twitter was @NoCapFights, who posted it on October 8, 2023.

The Truth About the Video of a Groom Cheating on Bride

The video was also uploaded on YouTube by a channel named Antonio Sanchez, with a title that translates to “This Girl Caught Her Husband Cheating On Her wedding day 😭❤️”. The video has over 2.4 million views and 38,000 likes as of October 20, 2023. Moreover, a news portal mundonow.com did convey that this video is from the South American country of Bolivia, but is completely staged and has nothing to do with a real wedding or anything related to a groom cheating on bride. The entire scene was part of a music video.

The Conclusion

The video that shows a couple in a limousine while a woman screams and cries outside is not a real incident of a bride catching her groom cheating on their wedding day. It is a scripted and staged video by actors from Bolivia as part of a social experiment. The video was originally posted on TikTok and YouTube by the creator of the video, who revealed that it was not real. The video was later shared by several users on social media platforms with a false claim that it showed a real wedding gone wrong. Following a precise analysis and fact-checking, our team has reviewed the claim. You can refer to the findings of this inquiry in the Twitter thread below.

Claim: A video shows a bride catching her groom cheating on their wedding day.

Fact: The video is scripted and staged by actors from Bolivia as part of a social experiment.

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