Among them is one man waving his assault rifle as he gyrates on the dancefloor while others look on. Scroll down for video (warning: graphic content) A wedding in Yemen became a bloodbath when a reveller shot dead three people after apparently losing control of his AK-47. Above, a man is seen waving his gun around during the festivities Revellers dance to Psy's Gangnam Style hit song before the tragedy unfolded When the song reaches its chorus, shots can be heard as the gunman sprays bullets all around him. Above, one of the victims lies in a pool of blood after suffering a head wound When the song reaches its chorus, shots can be heard as the gunman sprays bullets all around him, in an apparent attempt at 'celebratory' gunfire. Three men can be seen lying in pools of blood in the video posted on Liveleak. Another man writhes in agony as revellers drag the bodies away, while the screams of terrified guests fill the night air.
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Wedding wow factor whatever the budget
A $30,000 wedding is not considered "OTT" in Tauranga, while the average spend is about $10,000, wedding planners and celebrants told the Bay of Plenty Times Weekend. Tauranga wedding planner Amy McKeown, of Champagne Events, said she worked on a wedding on which $20,000 was spent on decorations alone. She estimated the cost of the entire wedding to be more than $50,000. Decorations included 10 crystal chandeliers and candles that cost $50 each. Spending that kind of money on a wedding was "not rare" in Tauranga, Mrs McKeown said, "if you have got rich parents who can afford it and pay for it".
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Kristen Bell, Dax Shepard Wanted Wedding to Be "Lowest-Key Day Possible," Ate Sandwiches
PHOTOS: Secret celeb weddings In a panic, the couple frantically texted all of their friends, "because a few of them are ordained," explained Bell. "Finally, someone piped up -- who was actually in the courthouse -- and said 'I can actually marry you, if you want right now.,'" she continued. "And we said, 'Boom, let's do it.' And we got it over with." Although the funny duo got married before a complete stranger, their friends joined them after the ceremony. "It was just Kristen and I at this lonely courthouse so they brought us this cake afterwards," Shepard explained on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Oct. 28.
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