‘Shameless’ sunbather photobombs couple’s wedding snaps as they pose in park

A ‘shameless’ sunbather infuriated wedding guests after she apparently refused to move out the way as they took photos in a public park.

The sunseeker lay just a few feet away from newlyweds Mark Ling and Mandy Cripwell while they posed with family and friends in Torquay, Devon.

The woman is seen in footage lying on the grass as the photographer snaps away inches from her head in Tessier Gardens on Saturday.

While wedding guests hoped she may move of her own accord, no one asked her to and the shoot carried on around her as she lay there.

However, one guest said that about 10 minutes in the woman got up and walked off – bur left all her stuff behind at the renowned beauty spot.

Mark’s second cousin Natalie Ling, 28, who shot the video, slammed the woman for being "bloody rude and disrespectful".

However, others have leapt to her defence saying they shouldn’t have expected her to move.

Natalie told Devon Live: "We all spotted her there and thought she would move, but she just didn’t. I thought ‘how rude!’.

"She was surrounded by wedding guests, the couple were behind her and the photographer kept calling different people over for pictures – so she knew what was going on.

"No one actually confronted her about it because it was Mark and Mandy’s big day and we didn’t want the stress of any confrontation."

Natalie said the woman was just feet from the garden’s sun temple, which is a popular spot for wedding photos.

She said: "I don’t know if the photographer got any good photos or not.

"Eventually she got up and left after about 10 minutes of us being there taking photos – but she still left all her stuff there.

"It was bloody rude and disrespectful."

Leaping to the sunbather’s defence, one person wrote: "The wedding couple should not have assumed that the public would have moved out of the way for their wedding photos to be taken in a ‘public park’.

"They really should have booked their own private garden or grounds to guarantee the exclusive use for a wedding photo shoot."

And another said: "This is a public area – Was she there first? Did anyone have the manners to hold a conversation with the sunbather, which I am sure would have met with the correct response?"

However, Natalie, who travelled from South London to attend the wedding at Furrough Cross Church, said she couldn’t believe it.

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