'DUI Bride' Fakes Wedding Day Rush After Being Pulled Over by Cops

Playing Woman Claims She Was Driving to Her Wedding When She Was Pulled Over in Arizona

She's been dubbed the "DUI Bride," and she's not getting to the church on time.

Amber Young, 32, was pulled over in Tucson, Arizona, after allegedly causing a three-car crash. When officers begin questioning her, she claims she was just trying to get to her nuptials.

"I just want to get to my wedding," she tells the officers in bodycam footage.

"Is that your wedding dress?" one officer asks, pointing to her white dress.

"Yes," she replies.

Officers ask Young if she's had any alcohol, but she denies having any drinks and says she just has the wedding jitters.

"I'm just very scared about everything," she says.

But after failing a field sobriety test, she was arrested.

"Do you think you should have been driving today?" an officer asks her.

But Young keeps up the charade.

"I think that I'm getting married today and I wasn't really sure what I was supposed to be doing today," she says.

Young pleaded guilty to DUI, served two days in jail and is currently on probation.

But she's not the only woman in white having a bad day. One bride thought the deal she found buying her wedding dresses online was too good to be true. And she was right.

The beautiful dress she thought she was ordering arrived with a bodice that was see-through and a skirt with no volume or structure. It was nothing like the photos online.

The woman posted a side-by-side comparison of the dresses on Facebook. Some commenters were not surprised by the difference in the dresses.

"I have no sympathy for people who order their dress online. You know the risk," one person wrote.

So how can brides make sure they're getting what they want in a wedding dress? Shelley Brown, the senior fashion and beauty editor at The Knot, a popular website for all things wedding-related, shared her advice.

"Never buy your wedding dress online from a non-reputable website or designer. If it's too good to be true, it probably is. See it before you buy it," she warned.

If the bride is on a tight budget, Brown said there are more reliable ways to find affordable and beautiful dresses.

"You can always keep an eye out for designer trunk shows where dresses are significantly discounted. You can also scour thrift stores to look for vintage gowns. And lastly, you can also rent designer gowns just for your wedding festivities," she said.

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