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NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 27: Wedding cakes by Laduree are presented during the New York Magazine's New York Weddings Event at Metropolitan Pavilion on March 27, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images for New York Magazine)

A groom-to-be almost an eye after being struck in the face with a glass during an attack at the pub on the night before his wedding.  

The injury required 14 stitches and medics warned that he might need to have an eye removed and will definitely have a permanent scar.  The groom-to-be was rushed to the hospital where doctors spent hours picking glass out of his eye.

Luckily the eye didn’t need to be removed and the groom still made it to the church on time.


'Blood everywhere': Groom-to-be gets attacked at pub, shows up for wedding the next day

An unsuspecting groom nearly lost an eye after being struck with a glass during a quiet pub quiz the night before his wedding day. But still got to the church on time.