I t’s a feat as audacious and brazen as anything Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson would have pulled in the film Wedding Crashers. Two uninvited guests rocked up at a New Jersey wedding and proceeded to enjoy the hospitality, dance the night away and even pose for photos. After getting away undetected they then even left a card for the happy couple confessing that they were complete strangers. The impostors were almost rumbled when bride Karen Fox-Tufo spotted two guests she didn’t recognise while festivities were in full swing at the Sparta's Rock Island Lake Club, on August 5 . T hey were tearing up the dance floor with the bride and groom's families and she assumed they must have been invited by her husband, Michael Tufo. Mrs Fox-Tufo’s maid of honour, Aimee Boardman, told the: The bride also told me the next morning that she believed she might have had wedding crashers. She said she had noticed the couple, assuming the male was her husband's friend that she hadn't met.
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But then she met that one friend that she hadn't met before, later in the night. She said every time she went to address it she got side tracked. Mrs Fox-Tufo didn’t realise her wedding had actually been crashed until the next morning when she opened a card from the mystery pair.
I n it the couple fessed up saying: 6) Congratulations 7) Sorry for crashing your wedding 8) Best of luck! !
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T hey even included a Polaroid picture of themselves (to avoid any doubt) and a one dollar bill, describing it as a ‘buck for luck’. F ar from being angry or bemused at learning the truth, Mrs Fox-Tufo could only admire the ‘professional job’ the crashers had pulled on her big day. In a Facebook post she said:
I'd like to thank everyone who shared our special day with us. . Especially these 7!
Well played my friends. Well played! I need to meet these people and buy them a drink.
Professional job! You gave us the best wedding present anyone could ever ask for! T he wedding crashers may have landed a free lunch, but they gave the wedding couple a story they’ll be dining out on for years to come. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.