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A GROOM spent his wedding night in hospital after dislocating his elbow while trying to serenade his bride on the dancefloor.
Footage shows the moment Adam Quinn and his friends go wild as he begins to belt out a hardcore metal song for his new wife Helen.
Newlyweds Adam and Helen Quinn ended their wedding night in hospital after his accident[/caption]
It meant the pair spent the night in A&E with the groom high on morphine and tucked up in a hospital bed.
The bride shared a funny snap on her Instagram that shows Adam with his arm in a sling as he lies hooked up to medical machines.
It was captioned: “In sickness and in health #weddingday”
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Videographer Tom Healy, captured the horror moment on camera that shows the excitable slipping on the dancefloor during the reception.
The groom opens by telling Helen that he ‘loves her very much’ before screaming the lyrics to the bizarre choice of song.
It then shows Adam running around the dancefloor with his mate before taking a tumble and putting his arm out to save him – injuring his elbow.
Luckily the bride did not see her new husband slip when she legged it from the dancefloor.
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She told Aussie site 7News: “He came out to me and he was as white as a ghost.
“He told me that he thought he had broken his arm. It turned out he had dislocated his elbow.
“We basically just snuck out the back door of the reception.
“It’s pretty embarrassing and I get a little triggered looking at the photos and watching the video.”
He was stretchered from the venue by paramedics with the bride joining him in her wedding dress.
In a later video from the hospital, Adam says: “I was singing a classic love song, I thought it was really romantic,’ the sheepish groom explains in the video afterwards.
“But then I took a spill on a Corona! I think I’ve dislocated my elbow.”
He spent the rest of the night in the hospital sleeping off the morphine instead of enjoying his wedding reception.
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The Quinns have been together six years and have a 17-month old son.
Six months on Adam has made a full recovery.
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