Couple’s dream wedding descends into CHAOS as well-dressed guests trade blows in wild brawl outside the venue
- Police were called to the Grand Paradiso in Fairfield, west Sydney, on Thursday
- It is understood a large fight between wedding guests broke out at about 11pm
- Footage shows the guests partying together before fighting outside the venue
- It is alleged one 39-year-old man was armed with a knife and injured himself
A couple’s dream wedding descended into chaos when guests started fighting in a violent late night-brawl outside the venue.
Police were called to the Grand Paradiso function centre in Fairfield, in Sydney’s west, at about 11pm on Thursday after receiving reports a large fight had kicked off.
Wedding guests had been partying inside the venue and celebrating the bride and groom before a group of men moved outside onto the street.
Two of the men are believed to have then started arguing with footage capturing the pair shoving each other.
As their mates tried to diffuse the tension, one of the men was seen running over and allegedly throwing the first punch – sparking an all-out brawl with more than a dozen well-dressed guests.
Police were called to the Grand Paradiso function centre in Fairfield, in Sydney’s west, at about 11pm on Thursday after receiving reports a large fight had kicked off
The man who allegedly traded the first blow was swiftly kicked to the ground while another can be seen throwing punches towards him.
Wedding guests who had left the venue attempted to break up the pair with a 39-year-old hospitalised after suffering cuts to his face and hand.
It’s alleged the man was armed with a knife during the scuffle.
The bystanders who’d spilled out onto the street from the wedding attempted to break up the pair with a 39-year-old hospitalised after suffering cuts to his face and hand
The man was reportedly under police custody while receiving treatment but charges are yet to be laid.
Daily Mail Australia have contacted NSW Police for comment.
Footage from the wedding before tensions boiled over shows the newlyweds and guests dancing while performers played large drums.
Guests had been celebrating the bride and groom before tensions spilled out onto the street on Thursday night