People have begged a bride to divorce her husband after he committed a "disrespectful act" while walking down the aisle at their wedding.
Getting married is a huge event in a person's life, and you'd hope that it goes without a hitch as all eyes are on you for your big day.
To add to that, you'd hope that the person you're marrying wouldn't be the person who potentially ruins the day for you, otherwise, that could raise questions about your chosen life partner.
One woman found herself on the receiving end of that exact situation.
In a viral TikTok clip tagged with #EarlyRedFlags, social media users are urging a bride to consider divorce after her newlywed husband exhibited what many deemed as disrespectful behavior while walking down the aisle after saying their vows.
The footage, reposted by TikTok user @brandotyft, captures the groom with his head down, engrossed in his phone, barely acknowledging his radiant bride.
While the groom's specific actions remain unclear, speculations suggest he may have been texting during this pivotal moment. The video, which gained widespread attention before being deleted, triggered a wave of condemnation from netizens.
Comments flooded in, with one user declaring: "This is real sad. I was divorcing him the same day, no joke [sic]." Others echoed similar sentiments, tagging the behavior as a "red flag" and advising the bride to initiate divorce proceedings.
"Divorce, babe. Divorce, babe," insisted another commentator, emphasizing the perceived severity of the groom's actions. A woman suggested a bold reaction, stating: "If I'm the lady, I will just seize his phone, and if [he] wants to say anything, I will create a scene and leave. Height of disrespect."
Another simply said: "RUN girl run don't walk run."
This isn't the only wedding-related issue lately, as a bride was left questioning whether she should call off her wedding because her vegan groom wasn't allowing meat to be served.
The bride, who initially found her fiancé's veganism a turn-off when they first matched on the dating app Hinge, shared her dilemma in an advice column featured by the Daily Mail. She expressed her concerns about her fiancé's adamant stance on serving only vegan food at the reception to avoid "offending" his vegan family.
"My wedding is coming up in a few months… but during the planning, my fiancé and I have become involved in such furious arguments, over the food of all things, that I’m not sure I actually want to go through with it," the bride-to-be wrote.
Despite their successful coexistence at home, where the groom allows meat, tensions escalated when wedding planning began. The groom insisted on a vegan-only menu, claiming that the presence of meat would offend his vegan family. This decision became a "bone of contention" for months, leading to "screaming matches in front of the caterer."
The advice columnist emphasized that the problem extended beyond the menu, pointing to "bigger issues" surfacing in the relationship. Comments from readers echoed this sentiment, with one advising the bride to reconsider the relationship, cautioning that conflicts over dietary choices could persist in various family settings.
Who said marriage is easy?