Tyler Foster kicks a bridesmaid -- that is probably the headline that you are reading online today, expecting some huge controversial story to follow. The good news is you don't have to lose faith in humanity. In fact, you will likely get a good chuckle out of this one. Here's the skinny according to ABC News.
Tyler Foster was a groomsman in his cousin's wedding. The 28-year-old was on a beach in Jamaica after the wedding ceremony, taking those typical group photos with the bride and the groom. Foster, however, wanted to take a far less traditional photo, you know, just for fun. And so he decided to jump into the air with his legs out in a sort of flying straddle, if you will. What happened next is just plain hysterical.
"I was kind of thinking I wish I could just stay up here and fly away. I whacked the bridesmaid in the head and split my pants right at the peak of my jump."That's right. Tyler Foster kicked a bridesmaid right in the head -- and his pants split right in the crotch! Thankfully, no one got hurt -- and the whole thing was captured in photographic form. Foster, who clearly has a great sense of humor, decided to post the photo on the internet, where it got media attention -- and soon went viral.
"She was laughing, I guess, after she picked herself up, but she wasn't hurt or anything. People started saying it was the worst wedding picture ever, you know, this guy ruined his cousin's wedding. They're asking me, 'Did the bridesmaid die?'"Foster decided that the best place for his epic photo was Reddit. Little did he know that so many people would find his embarrassing stunt hilarious. Oh, and it helps that he's easy on the eyes. He should expect quite a jump in his social media following thanks to his accidental antics.
The Tyler Foster kicks bridesmaid story was originally posted under the Reddit headline, "So I jumped, kicked this bridesmaid in the head, and ripped my pants." It's always good to be able to laugh at yourself, right?
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[Photo courtesy of Tyler Foster / Reddit]