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Tiger photobombs wedding pic

'All of a sudden, it came bounding over and right into the shot.'

By Vetstreet Jun 21, 2013 4:13PM

Andrew and Karma Madgwicks were staring into each other's eyes for a wedding photo when someone else decided to butt in. Banda the Sumatran tiger apparently wanted to see what all the fuss was as the couple posed for their photographer before their reception at England's Paignton Zoo.

Photo: Tiger photo bombs wedding pic / Vicki Lea Boulter /SWNS.com "All of a sudden, it came bounding over and right into the shot. It posed for a split second and then walked away," explained photographer Vicki Boulter.

Although Banda is (luckily) on the other side of the glass, the photo makes it look like she's cozying right up to the happy couple.

— See more photos at Paw Nation and read Vetstreet's story on more couples holding weddings at zoos.

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Photo: Tiger photo bombs wedding pic / Vicki Lea Boulter/SWNS.com

95Comments
Jun 27, 2013 5:50PM
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great pic and the brides name surprised me. Karma is my daughters name didnt think very many girls had that name. Been finding that the name Karma is becoming popular.
Jun 25, 2013 8:10PM
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I was wondering what the story was behind this...
Jun 24, 2013 5:48PM
Jun 24, 2013 5:46PM
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I am expecting to see that black golfer.  Nice, lol

 

Jun 22, 2013 1:42PM
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John Ware...your comment is so harsh...Peace Brother...people have different preferences, no need to judge.  
Jun 22, 2013 1:25PM
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The groom looks like a bum! He could not even shave for his wedding day? Looks like he is dirty with that crap on his face! I bet his mother had to choke back some vomit in her mouth.
Jun 22, 2013 1:18PM
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I'd be thrilled to have a wedding photo like this one.  Photoshopped or not - who cares.  It's just so cool.
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