Video: Stag do dressed up groom-to-be as a corpse and wheeled him around in COFFIN

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This is the hilarious moment a stag do dressed the groom-to-be as a corpse and wheeled him around in a COFFIN - with his friends acting as mourners.

Chris White’s mates took his last night of freedom quite literally and covered him in deathly-white make up and propped him up in an upright half-opened coffin. With his brother Mike dressed as a vicar, and the rest of the 16-strong stag party in black ties, they wheeled him around Manchester to the delight of shocked onlookers. Thankfully Chris survived the ordeal - despite his coffin tipping over while being wheeled down STAIRS - and ties the knot with sweetheart Sarah on Saturday. Stag Scott Thomas, from Bristol, said: “It was total chaos. “We did it at the hotel, and set off for the first bar, and it took 35 minutes to walk the short distance to the bar because so many people were stopping us and taking photos and chatting.

This is the hilarious moment a stag do dressed up the groom-to-be as a corpse and wheeled him around in a COFFIN - with his friends acting as mourners. See SWNS story SWSTAG. A group of Bristol lads on a stag do brought the centre of Manchester to a standstill at the weekend  because they put the groom in a coffin and wheeled him around as if he was dead. Chris White's mates took the old adage that getting married meant the end of one's bachelor life to its logical conclusion, with a stag-do joke that they were at his funeral, mourning the end of his freedom.

This is the hilarious moment a stag do dressed up the groom-to-be as a corpse and wheeled him around in a COFFIN - with his friends acting as mourners. See SWNS story SWSTAG. A group of Bristol lads on a stag do brought the centre of Manchester to a standstill at the weekend  because they put the groom in a coffin and wheeled him around as if he was dead. Chris White's mates took the old adage that getting married meant the end of one's bachelor life to its logical conclusion, with a stag-do joke that they were at his funeral, mourning the end of his freedom.

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