'Oblivious lady' walking through beach wedding has people engaged in a furious debate
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The antics of an 'oblivious lady' has well and truly divided the internet after she strolled through the middle of a beach wedding.
Picture your dream wedding, the scene is set, you're surrounded by your loved ones - just waiting for you to walk down the aisle - and a random person completely cuts you up.
A bride in Florida was forced to deal with such circumstances and the divisive incident was captured by actor and director Cory - otherwise known as @coryatrandom on TikTok - who watched on from above as the scene unfolded.
As the the bridesmaids started to make their way down the aisle, the bride was following behind the group with, what looked like her father, when, all of a sudden, the 'oblivious lady' appeared alongside her.
She meandered alongside the wedding party before swiftly cutting in front of the bride to make her way across the beach.
Dressed in a yellow hat, sunglasses and with what looked to be a towel around her shoulders, the uninvited guest looked none the wiser to the life-changing events taking place around her, prompting Cory to criticise her actions in the caption of the TikTok video.
He wrote: "Oblivious lady walks through beach wedding."
In a voice-over alongside the footage, the TikToker could be heard saying: "They're gonna walk right through the middle."
Addressing the woman, Cory then added: "Just wait a second!"
A few seconds later, the woman in the hat turned back to face the bride as the pair appeared to engage in conversation - or potentially a more heated exchange.
The video has racked up more than one million views since it was first shared online, with many agreeing with Cory that the woman in the hat could have been a bit more respectful to the ongoing wedding.
"People just don’t pay attention to what’s going on around them," one person wrote.
Another added: "This is the same lady who stops in the middle of the isle at the grocery store and is oblivious to the other shoppers around trying to get by."
However, other people argued the woman hadn't done anything wrong, because the wedding seemed to be taking place on a very public beach.
"They don’t own the beach because they’re getting married," one TikTok user argued.
Another responded: "Still trying to figure out what she did wrong."
I think the key question is, did she do it unknowingly?
If so, then can you really blame her?
But either way, there's a good chance that most brides up and down the country would be absolutely fuming.