Video footage of the brawl at the Ramada Hotel in Wolverhampton last October went viral.
Three people were taken to hospital with injuries and police were called but no arrests made.
Family members of the bride and groom have now threatened to sue the hotel for an alleged breach of privacy, claiming staff filmed the fight and uploaded the footage on to social media, and say there was a lack of safeguarding at the function attended by 500 guests.
The hotel strongly refutes the claims.
The family has formed The Ramada Injured Party Action Group, demanding an apology from the hotel for its alleged failings on October 12.
The group claims to have received a bill for £85,000 to cover damages but the hotel described the figure as “ridiculous”, adding it was nowhere near that amount.
Those South American moms don't play! Don't mess with the La chancla Cartel!
This police officer grabs this man's phone, who was filming from 200 feet away. The officer and department was sued and settled by paying the phone owner 75k dollars.
Where the hell are all the teachers in these classroom fights? It's like Lord of the Flies out there.
According to Villages-News.com, who refers to Ed McGinty as a "well-known anti-Trump protester," this threat is part of the reason he hit the streets using – what else? – his golf cart decked out with signs calling Trump all kinds of things: "Hitler And Trump Exactly Same DNA," "Trump Bigot and Racist," "Trump Is A Sexual Predator," "Trump Filthy Pig," and "Trump Compulsive Liar."
The woman he argued within the street, according to the Villages-News, said she was disgusted by the signs on McGinty’s golf cart.
The woman, named Marsha Hill, said that McGinty called her a pig. She vowed to tweet out videos of McGinty on Wednesday night — which she followed up on.
Jennifer Lopez put on a halftime show that made most dads send their kids out of the room.
For the Super Bowl Halftime Show, the 50-year-old singer kicked things off in a leather bodysuit designed by Versace to resemble a moto jacket. On her feet, Lopez wore black boots with silver heels. The whole outfit was covered in glistening crystal and gold-tone details.
Lopez then changed into a second ensemble, a sheer catsuit with glistening silver accents. The “Hustlers” star channeled her stripper character in the film, Ramona, as she climbed a pole wearing a pair of stilettos — proof positive that she did her own stunts in the movie.
This video would be just too sad if not for his friend's hilarious commentary.
When you get to a point in your life when the life of a cow is worth more than the lives for your fellow humans, you may need some help.
Joe Biden gets heckled during a Feb. 2 North Liberty, Iowa campaign event by an attendee wearing a “Settle For Biden” t-shirt.
During a circus performance in Tolyatti, Russia, this tightrope walker fell from the tightrope. He was very lucky not to sustain any serious injuries. The 10 meter fall only left him with a few bruises.
Police video of Marietta Councilman Reginald “Reggie” Copeland being arrested shows he ignored an officer’s instructions for over 10 minutes before backup police arrived and Copeland was forcibly pulled out of his truck and placed in handcuffs.
“It’s someone who thinks they’re above the law, it’s a councilman,” arresting officer Ryan Lukaszewicz says to another Marietta police officer in bodycam footage. “Won’t acknowledge me at all, just like I’m not even there.”
Copeland, 57, was sentenced as a first offender in the State Court of Cobb County last week in relation to his May 2019 arrest, per court documents, but his criminal court case is now sealed from public view so it’s not known what charge or charges he admitted to and what his sentence is. Before the case was sealed by Judge Maria Golick, Copeland faced four misdemeanor charges of obstructing police.
The MDJ obtained a dozen Marietta police video files showing Copeland’s arrest, including nine body camera videos and three from patrol car cameras, through an Open Records Act request. The MDJ also obtained a full police incident report with a written transcript of the arresting officer's video footage.
The video shows Copeland first interacting with Officer Lukaszewicz, who responded to a minor car collision on Fairground Street on May 24, 2019.
Lukaszewicz spends 13 minutes asking Copeland to move his vehicle to the side of the road and provide his driver’s license before saying “I’m done” and pulling the councilman out of his Dodge Ram truck with the help of two backup officers.
Less than 10 minutes beforehand, Lukaszewicz is heard on the video saying to another officer “I’m just going to cut him (Copeland) loose in a second here,” indicating that he did not initially intend to arrest the councilman.
There was never any suggestion Copeland caused the car collision. The other driver involved, a 19-year-old woman, is seen receiving a citation for making an improper U-turn in the arresting officer’s bodycam footage.
“He’s driver two in all this so I don’t know what the big deal is,” Lukaszewicz says to another officer about Copeland resisting police.
Copeland did eventually move his vehicle off the road and into a nearby parking lot, but he continued to ignore the officer, rolling up his car windows and refusing to answer questions or comply with orders.
“You realize you’re wasting my time and you’re obstructing my investigation, OK?” Lukaszewicz says to Copeland, as seen in the video footage. “Do you understand that? Are you going to keep ignoring me?”
In the dozen or so minutes that Copeland can be seen ignoring Lukaszewicz’s repeated requests, the councilman sits in his truck and makes several phone calls, first calling 911 although police are already on scene. He tells the dispatcher his back hurts but he doesn’t need an ambulance, and that an officer has tried to slam his foot in his car door.
“Let her know you’re out with the cops and you’re wasting 911’s time right now,” Lukaszewicz says to Copeland while the councilman is talking with the dispatcher.
Copeland can then be heard in the footage speaking on his phone to Marietta Police Department Deputy Chief Marty Ferrell, again claiming Lukaszewicz tried to shut his foot in his truck door and explaining his version of events.
Copeland hands the phone to Lukaszewicz, who tells Ferrell “I’m trying to handle an accident but he (Copeland) keeps getting in his car and rolling up his windows and won’t talk to me. He wants to play games and sit in his car the whole time.”
It’s not long before things between the parties get heated and Copeland is pulled from his car.
This guy supposedly smoked some synthetic weed and was filmed by another dope fiend trying to help him find Jesus. Just another day in Pittsburg.
Fair warning, she may eat you and/or headbutt you into oblivion.
Wow bro, you've got to have at least 25 dollars worth of merch in there. Street value must be at least 5 bucks.
So this idiot is performing IN PUBLIC on a PUBLIC sidewalk in all places, VEGAS, and he doesn't want people to watch and record him? TOTAL LOSER.
This vegan woman who sued her neighbors for cooking meat in their backyard probably didn't expect such a backlash.
Cilla Carden, who resides in Perth, Western Australia, tried to sue her neighbors because she couldn't stand the smell of grilling meat, according to Insider. As a response, more than 3,000 online supporters got busy planning a massive BBQ outside of her house, just to further annoy her — but according to the New York Post, it was ultimately not meant to be.
Carden said that the smell of her neighbors and their BBQ was bad enough that it affected her life to the point where she was constantly upset and had trouble sleeping.
In addition to the smell of cooking meat, she also complained that she couldn't deal with her neighbors' cigarette smoking or the sounds of their children playing basketball.
While the State Administrative Tribunal and the Supreme Court of Western Australia dismissed her case and denied her appeal, she states that she's determined to keep fighting, as 9News reported.
However, since her lawsuit made the news, a Facebook group popped up that attracted around 3,000 people who planned to hold a massive BBQ outside her home. The event description read,
"Don't let Cilla destroy a good old Aussie tradition."
This is one of the classic hits from ANTIFA's Greatest Cuckage Hits.
Nineteen-year-old student Justin Jay Fernandez had a controversial physical altercation with a San Diego Miramar College Campus Police officer on Sept. 4.
The altercation was made public, with a video recording of it posted on YouTube. As of Sept. 24 it has gained a viewing of 1,684 views and counting.
From the video, a viewer easily gains an understanding that the police officer confronted Fernandez for allegedly skateboarding on the San Diego Miramar College campus. Lt. Terry Hiett of the San Diego Community College District Police Department confirmed that he was in fact skateboarding on a walkway leading into the Business and Math Building. In the video, the police officer reminded Fernandez that before the altercation started, the police officer said to him “in the lobby (of the Business and Math Building) I was talking to you and I told you were detained, and that we had to talk about it and you said ‘no’ and you decided to walk away.”
This person was asked to sit down by the flight attendant and suddenly went into meltdown mode.
Here is a rough translation of what she, or he said, you figure it out:
“Touch me! Touch me! If you’re a man, then go on and touch me! I’ll show you what a real man is! I’m a man!”
“Toca me” was being used as a dare. Sort of like “I dare you to lay a finger on me!” But it sounded more sexual in nature.
“I’m a man! I have nuts! “ , “I know you suck nuts.”
He's not the hero we asked for but he was the hero we needed!
Well, at least she knows she will be arrested.
This crane operator wrecked the boat her was moving, the boat beneath it and his crane. TRIFECTA!
A video started circulating Tuesday night featuring a boy apparently disgusted that Edmonton superstar Connor McDavid would not sign his jersey during an autograph session. After getting a card signed, he tosses his McDavid jersey into a pool of water below.
Bet that dude's mother felt that.
From a student in the class:
A little back story to the situation. No one was bullying her or being mean to her as far as in that class goes but we were having to sign conversations for our ASL class and there were 3 students left and she just put them together then around 5 minutes later my teacher noticed she was gone so I’m pretty sure she sent a student to look for her. But then she burst in yelling about how she was upset and done with people bullying her than went in the hall this is the second time she came in and had to be escorted out by police.
She was suspended but that’s all we know for right now
You really don't want to get on the bad side of Minnie Mouse. A woman dressed in a Minnie Mouse costume that seems straight out of Disneyland, fought a security guard on the Las Vegas Strip today. The physical altercation has gone viral in social networks.
Tennessee- Spencer Alan Boston, 20, was arrested Monday and charged with disorderly conduct and simple possession after sparking up in the courtroom, news outlets reported.
Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan said Boston was in court Monday on a simple drug possession charge. Boston approached the bench to discuss his sentence but instead expressed his views on legalizing marijuana.
Boston reached in his pocket, pulled out a marijuana cigarette, lit it, smoked it and was immediately taken into custody, Bryan said.
Sheriff’s Office Lt. Scott Moore said the courtroom crowd chuckled. It is unclear whether Boston lit up a joint or a blunt but Bryan said the defendant’s marijuana did have a strong odor