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Groom shot after confronting his brother-in-law for the bringing of the dog to the wedding, not to paint ‘just married’ on the truck

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The worst way to spend your honeymoon is likely to get shot by your new wife’s brother.

After several disagreements with his new brother-in-law, a groom in North Carolina was reportedly shot in his legs after his own wedding ceremony.

The brother-in-law, Michael Ray Macy, had also allegedly struck the groom, Kenneth Mills, at the head of the gun.

(Rowan County Sheriff’s Office)

The dispute began during the wedding ceremony, Fox 8 reports. Mills, a 61-year-old man, was married in Rowan County, N. C., but during the reception, Macy allegedly came with his dog, which was apparently not allowed. Mills face Macy about the pets before the venue staff intervened and Macy was told that he could not remain with the dog.

Apparently, Macy was also supposed to paint the words “just married” on a truck to be driven by the bride and groom, that has not happened. When Mills called Macy to ask why he didn’t do it, Macy allegedly responded by saying, “f— you!”

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Macy then allegedly drove to Mills’ house, hit him in the head with his gun and then shot him in both legs.

Mills was transferred to a nearby hospital, where he was treated for his injuries. Macy gave himself up to the local authorities, KWTX 10 reports. He was charged with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury.

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The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

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