WATCH: Couple Shares Footage of Ruined Wedding on TikTok After Groom’s Drink Was Spiked

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A couple have gone viral on TikTok, after they shared video footage of their wedding. This heartbreaking footage shows what happened after the groom’s drink was spiked.

Wedding Ruined After Groom’s Drink Was Spiked

It was the day of Brandy Wiseman’s and Billy Engle’s wedding; so excitement, surprise, and joy were to be expected. What wasn’t to be expected was the terrible surprise that Billy and Brandy got as Billy’s laced drink began to hit him. According to the newlyweds, the groom’s drink was spiked with Adderall that had been crushed up.

As the drink hit Billy’s system, both his body and emotions reacted.

“His heart was racing, his brain was moving faster than he could form words,” Brandy explained in the couple’s TikTok. “He tried saying his vows to me but was unable to think. His emotions were heightened!”

In the midst of their special day, Billy was completely out of sorts, crying and out of breath. Brandy was concerned and thought her groom might pass out before they even had the wedding ceremony.

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“At this point I was worried he was gonna faint and fall down the mountain!” she said in her TikTok. Noticing something was wrong, Brandy had pulled Billy outside to try to help calm him.

“I can’t. I can’t,” Billy told her. “I’m sorry.”

Watch the 59 second video here:

@brandy_billy SHARING THIS VIDEO COULD HELP PREVENT THIS FROM HAPPENING TO YOUR DAUGHTER, MOTHER, SON, OR FRIEND! @NightCap #nightcappartner #coveryourdrink #savealife #prevention #brandybillywedding ♬ Love Me Like You Do – Elena Gray

While some people spike their own drinks with drugs, such as ketamine or Adderall, in order to create a more stimulating effect, this practice is unsafe, and the couple wanted to use their wedding footage to get that point across.

Spiking an alcoholic drink can lead to serious consequences, including death. For Billy, this meant sweating, redness of skin, racing heart, dry mouth, inability to form words, confusion, emotional swings, anger, and blackouts.

The title of their TikTok says, “Sharing this video could help prevent this from happening to your daughter, mother, son, or friend!”

And share the viewers have. With more than 884,000 likes, 11,000 comments, and 14,000 shares, the word is getting out. There are now more than 9.5 million views.

In their video, the couple wrote, “Many people intentionally combined alcohol and Adderall in order to party harder and longer! So they spike others drink thinking they will be hype all night with them!”

But the couple didn’t appreciate this…

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