Groom explodes in tailors claiming he's an HMRC employee who will shut them down

The incident took place at Shimmers tailors in Handsworth, Birmingham and was recorded by the groom himself. He fumed, 'I work for f***ing HMRC' as he stole goods from the store in a fit of rage.
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Camila Cabello comes up for air long enough to drop new Romance album after Shawn Mendes PDA
She's also heading back out on the road News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
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DIY SOS viewers brought to tears after emotional Children in Need Special
DIY SOS viewers were reduced to tears after the team converted a rundown church hall into 'stunning' accommodation for homeless young people in an emotional Children in Need Special in Blackburn
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'Black Widow' is in the clear over her British husband's murder
Ganna Ziuzina was to have faced a civil trial at the High Court with the family of her late husband seeking to prove she was complicit in his murder to get her hands on his £1.5m fortune.
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Scarlett Johansson believes she was ‘hyper-sexualised’ as a teen and into her 20s ‘by a bunch of dudes’ in Hollywood
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Jeremy Corbyn's four fiascos
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Matthew Perry has 'always been in love' with on-screen girlfriend Courteney Cox
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The Apprentice: Jemelin Artigas slept on the Tube during snowstorms after break-up left her HOMELESS
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Dancing On Ice’s Jake Quickenden breaks neck bone forcing him out of Christmas special
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What I know about women: BBC foreign correspondent John Simpson
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I didn't tell anyone I was blind for 38 years
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Paul McCartney on how his Meat Free Monday campaign can help protect the planet and our future
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Leeds united: Northern Ballet plot knees-up for 50th anniversary
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Donald Tusk tells Boris Johnson's opponents: Don't give up on stopping Brexit
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UK's climate change hotspots bearing brunt of deadly heatwaves and devastating floods
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My husband became a woman. Here's why I didn't leave
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HENRY DEEDES on the Prime Minister's first big speech of the campaign
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Tyson Fury provides injury update and sets training camp start date for Deontay Wilder rematch
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Impeachment probe: Donald Trump faces claim he was overheard asking about Ukraine investigations
Donald Trump was overheard asking directly about the Ukraine investigation into his Democrat rival Joe Biden, the first public hearing of the impeachment probe has been told.
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Gareth Southgate opens up on ‘lonely’ England job in shadow of Sterling row
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Inside Forest Green Rovers: Vegan burgers, solar panels and shirts made with bamboo
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