5 Stories of Real-life Wedding Crashers


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From the Country Club to the Clink
It's one thing to crash a wedding with the hope of stealing a few dances and drinks, it's another to take home items from the gift table.
It's one thing to crash a wedding with the hope of stealing a few dances and drinks, it's another to take home items from the gift table.
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Plenty of crashers are simply out to have a good time. Others, unfortunately, are looking for more than a little free fun, food and drink. A pair of nicely-dressed Massachusetts women learned the hard way that crashing can be criminal, even if no one at the event knows who you are.

Jenna Dasaro and Summer Igoe were arrested after they attended a wedding reception in May 2011 where they made off with more than the requisite party favor. The two were identified via video surveillance, and a police search turned up several of the gifts and gift cards stolen from the reception. Overall, the theft was valued at $2,800. We wonder if the crashers plan to send the newlyweds an apology card from the clink.

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