Two brides had their special day ruined when their wedding guests got into a massive, booze-fueled brawl as two dueling wedding receptions clashed. The fight turned deadly when one bride's 57-year-old uncle died from a heart attack outside the Sheraton Mission Hill hotel in Philadelphia. The fracas was recorded on video by an irate guest, whose hotel stay was disturbed by the 2am commotion on Sunday.
Philadelphia police can be seen charging into the reception with nightsticks and pulling fighting wedding guests off each other. Three people were arrested.
'Did they just deck the bridge?' the man behind the camera asks at one point. Amid the ruckus, the Philadelphia Daily News reports, a 57-year-old man -- said to be the uncle of one of the brides -- was found unconscious outside the wedding. He was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead from a heart attack less than an hour later.
Police say that two wedding receptions were taking place at the hotel and a fight broke out near the bar. It is unknown what, exactly, caused the fight in the City of Brotherly Love, though the man recording the video was not amused. 'It's my frickin' birthday, go to bed!' he says. Women can be heard screaming as men shove each other around near the wedding party table.