We all know how weddings can be stressing. In this post, let’s take a look at some videos that show us accounts of wedding disasters that good old plumbing has resolved. You too need a plumber today? Check out Friendly Emergency, Boiler & Plumbing Services Barnes SW13.
Wedding Disaster: Bride Flushes Ring Down the Toilet
Weddings are definitely among the most nerve-racking times of your life. You do not want any kind of extra worry. But this unlucky bride nearly brought on a wedding catastrophe. She accidentally flushed her engagement ring at the toilet bowl. Her wedding is the day after she flushed it down the toilet. It is clearly a disaster. Guess who came to the rescue? It’s the good friendly plumber in the neighborhood.
This wedding is about to turn into a disaster | Marriage – A Short FIlm by Bram Schouw
Here is another video by Kis Kis – keep it short. This is actually a short film that depicts a plumber’s work in saving the wedding (sort of). But it’s one of the short films that can say how important a wedding ring is in wedding ceremonies. So don’t lose that ring or throw it in the drain. You would lucky to have a good plumber in the neighborhood to save the day.
Lost Wedding Ring Returned After 27 Years
Here is another heartwarming video from ABC News. The ring was lost in a hospital drain 27 years ago but was returned back by the plumber who found it and the plumber’s wife. Watch the whole story and be amazed.
Overjoyed grandmother reunited with her wedding ring after a plumber found it in a blocked drain
And this video by Home News. This grandmother was reunited with her wedding ring. A kind plumber found it in a clogged drain. It had been in the drain for more than 40 years. The elderly women, though not able to really say how she feels because of dementia, she looks overjoyed when the ring found its way back to the rightful owner.
These are just a few videos of how plumbers saved the wedding and the wedding ring. They can be helpful too with any handy jobs such as repairing your water tank. So even if it’s not a hug-a-plumber day, go ahead and hug a plumber now.