A woman cut up 32 wedding dresses at a bridal salon in China after a dispute over a deposit escalated.
The customer was caught on video slicing up racks of dresses worth thousands of dollars after she was reportedly refused a $550 deposit.
The furious woman can be seen in footage cutting holes in multiple white wedding dresses hung on a rack, and traditional Chinese wedding dresses.
According to local media reports, the woman asked in August if she could postpone the wedding arrangements that she had booked.
Later, in November, she asked to cancel the package and demanded her deposit be returned.
Her request was denied as per store policy of not refunding advanced payments.
The bridal store offered to provide some services for a newborn's 100th day celebration, known as the "full moon" celebration.
The woman was allegedly pregnant when the offer was made, and she initially agreed to the arrangement.
However, on January 9, she returned to the store and cut up 32 weddings dresses.
The customer was reportedly removed from the bridal store by police and taken into custody.
Users on the Weibo criticized the woman for her behavior. "What on earth was she thinking?" one user wrote.
Others called on the woman to fully compensate the bridal store for the dresses she destroyed.