'I just witnessed the world's trashiest wedding. It even included a fistfight.'

We’ve all been to trashy, booze-filled weddings, but this Reddit user’s might just take the cake.

While the high-end golf club where the man works “regularly hosts very expensive weddings“, one group last weekend proved to be particularly memorable for all the wrong reasons.

“It was the trashiest wedding I’ve ever been to,” his post began. “All the groomsmen were wearing lime green vests with matching lime green snapbacks.”

Woah woah woah… lime green vests and caps? Ewwwwww.

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But wait! It gets so much worse!


“[There was also] a fistfight right before the ceremony, delaying it a bit until bruises could be covered with makeup.”

EXCUSE ME?! This literally sounds like an episode of Big Fat Gypsy Weddings.

It looks like the food came with a side of frugality, too. Despite being told when they booked that ordering meals from the golf club’s menu is compulsory, “they ordered Domino’s instead and the pizza guy literally brought them pizza as they sat in our fancy restaurant”.

I can’t… I can’t feel my face.

But if you thought that yummy $5.95 pizza would be free-for-all, think again buster.

“They hired a live band to play at the reception but refused to feed them,” the Redditor continues. “During their first break, the lead singer decided to zoom down the hill to grab some McDonald’s for the crew.

“He was pulled over and arrested for drink driving. He called from a cell to tell us: ‘I can’t play at the wedding anymore, I’m in jail’.”

BRB, I’m seeing little black dots everywhere.

Close Up Of Couple At Wedding Holding Hands

Apparently, though, I am quite the snob for turning my nose up at this wedding - serving up Domino's pizza at a wedding is a common decision.

"My cousin ordered Domino's for her wedding, which was at a bowling alley and had a keg in the middle of the dancefloor!" one commenter wrote.

Another agreed: "Same thing happened at my aunty's wedding when I was a kid. Her dad ordered tons of Domino's pizza too. As an eight-year-old it was one of the greatest things ever."

What's the trashiest wedding you've ever been to?