An alleged wedding crasher has been caught on camera assaulting guests and restaurant staff while being asked to leave a nuptial banquet in Taiwan.
The foul-mouthed woman screamed at guests, repeatedly hit the table to express her anger and splashed juice towards a waiter.
Eventually she left the high-end restaurant, but not until she took with her balloons and wedding biscuits belonging to the bride.
Neither the groom or the bride claimed to know the woman.
Came uninvited: The alleged wedding crasher is asked to leave a lavish restaurant in Taiwan
Unruly: However, the woman refuses to leave and pours juice towards a restaurant waiter
Smash: Appearing furious, the woman grabs a label from the table and throws it away
The woman’s shocking behaviour was caught by a viral video clip which emerged on Facebook.
The video is said to be filmed on November 20 in Taoyuan.
In the footage, a well-dressed woman can be seen sitting at a table and playing on her mobile phone. She appeared to be in her mid-30s.
A wedding emcee, who wore a red dress, approached the guest politely asking her to leave, but she was soon told by the woman ‘not to touch’ her.
A wedding receptionist also found out that the woman’s name was not on the guest list and also asked her to leave the banquet.
However, the woman verbally attacked the receptionist and again refused to leave.
‘Do not touch me’: The woman rudely points at the wedding emcee who asked her to leave
Angry: The wedding receptionist confronts the woman while holding a chopstick in hand
The receptionist, wearing a suit, can be seen trying to confront the woman while holding a chopstick in his hand.
The unruly woman then splashed a glass of orange juice at the direction of a waiter who tried to ask her to leave.
She also violently threw a label saying ‘extinguished co-workers’ from the table onto the floor.
She only agreed to leave when the restaurant staff were about to call the police.
Insulting: The woman lashes out at a restaurant waiter before pouring juice towards him
Unreasonable: The woman verbally assaults guests after being caught sneaking into the place
The clip ended as the woman grabbed a bag of balloons and another bag filled with wedding cakes before rushing off.
It was understood that the balloons belonged to the wedding planners and the wedding biscuits belonged to the bride.
According to Taiwan news channel Era News, the cost of the wedding banquet was TWD 14,800 (£372) per table and it was considered to be lavish in Taiwan.
It’s said that the woman left before the banquet started.
Gone with the freebies: Before she agreed to leave, she took bags of gifts from the wedding
Some web users have identified the woman to be Belle Wu Ya-Hui.
Ms Wu admitted on her Facebook page that the woman in the video was indeed her.
She said it was her auntie’s wedding and she had been invited, but some wedding guests demanded she should leave.
Her Facebook post also mentioned that she was a member of New Power Party, a left-wing political party in Taiwan.
However, New Power Party denied the claim, saying Ms Wu was not a member.
According to Sanlih E-Television News, the woman had been spotted by web users at Zhongli Train station apparently talking to air.
Mr Huang, the bridegroom, told the news station that he and his partner did not know the woman.