Texas residents Stephanie Wehner and her fiancé Mitch Strobl were making final preparations for the big day — their wedding and reception this coming weekend. As part of their celebration, they decided to share engagement photos with friends and family attending the ceremonies.
So, they dropped off 13 photographs at a Dallas Walmart to have them reprinted as handouts. When Stephanie went back to the store to pick up her reprints, there were no pictures of her and Mitch with his prized 12-gauge shotgun. Even the original of the couple posing with the gun was missing.
And what the Walmart employee said regarding why the photo couldn’t be released floored the couple, who told their story to local TV station WFAA.
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You can watch the TV news report on what might be dubbed the “shotgun wedding” controversy by clicking on the video above.
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Photo Credit: WFAA
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