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Three people were charged at the wedding in western Sydney

Burnouts, smoke-filled streets and glamorous guests taking selfies during the chaos: In the wild wedding in western Sydney, where three were charged with mortal danger during the crazy celebrations

  • More than 100 guests flocked to Sheffield Street in Auburn last Friday
  • Glamorously dressed guests filmed when three men burned out
  • Aerial photographs of the incident captured clouds of smoke billowing into the air
  • The burn-outs left tire tracks that stretched 100 meters up the street
  • The commotion caught the attention of the local police, who stopped the event
  • On Sunday, two of the drivers were charged with a number of serious crimes

A wedding in western Sydney got so out of control that police were forced to step in and accuse three men of “risking life” after guests wreaked havoc in a suburb.

More than 100 wedding guests flocked to Sheffield Street in Auburn at 11:40 a.m. last Friday to watch three men burn out.

Aerial shots of the wild festivals caught clouds of smoke rising in the air.

Dozens of glamorously dressed guests who filmed three men burn out at an Auburn wedding

Dozens of glamorously dressed guests filmed three men – they drove a Holden Commodore, a Nissan Silvia, and a Ford Falcon – and turned their engines over.

The burn-outs left tire tracks that stretched over 100 meters up the suburban street.

The commotion caught the attention of the local police, who stopped the event.

The three cars sped away from the scene as officers arrived.

“The smoke caused significant visibility problems for other road users at the time and endangered the lives of the wedding guests,” said NSW police in a statement.

Three men driving a Holden Commodore, a Nissan Silvia, and a Ford Falcon carried out burnouts on Sheffield Street

Three men driving a Holden Commodore, a Nissan Silvia, and a Ford Falcon carried out burnouts on Sheffield Street

Police on Sunday charged two of the drivers with a number of serious crimes and gave them legal clues for serious burnouts.

The men, aged 22 and 24, had also suspended their driver’s license.

The police also caught a third man who owned one of the cars. However, it is not believed that he was behind the wheel at the time of the wedding.

The man was charged with “not disclosing the details of the driver of his vehicle”.

The police are still looking for the third driver.

Anyone with footage or information is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers.

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