A beauty pageant was cut short over the weekend when an enraged man stormed the stage and furiously smashed the winner’s crown to the ground after his wife was placed second.
In a shocking incident, the husband of a beauty pageant who was awarded the second-place honors climbed onto the stage, snatched the crown from the winner’s hand, and smashed it to the ground twice in full rage.
The incident occurred at an LGBTQIAP+ beauty pageant, Miss Gay Mato Grosso 2023, on Saturday, May 27.
According to the New York Times, “Partner of first runner-up contestant Nathally Becker, who was representing the city of Cuiabá, violently interrupted the crowning ceremony of winner Emannuelly Belini — who was representing the municipality of Várzea Grande.”
The moment when the winner, Emannuelly Belini was about to be crowned, the furious partner of Nathally Becker stormed the stage, snatched the prize, and smashed it to the ground. He then picked it up again and slammed it for the second time, breaking the crown to pieces.
The unhinged spouse also tried to pull Becker backstage when the security officials tackled him. The unmade man is yet to be identified.
In a statement released by the pageant organizer, Malone Haenisch, it has been claimed that Becker’s husband didn’t find the results fair and his outburst was absolutely unjustified, and the management strongly condemns it.
“He did not consider the result to be fair and caused all this inconvenience and damage,” Haenisch said.
“We vehemently condemn the incident that occurred at the time of the crowning of the elected Miss,” the event planner added, “When the partner of Miss Cuiabá, who was classified in second place, invaded the stage and aggressively destroyed the crown.”
“We confirm the pageant jury’s choice and we sympathize with the elected Miss, as well as [Becker], as she is not responsible for the crazy attitudes of third parties.”
Malone added that the pageant’s legal team has been informed, and necessary legal action will be taken to ensure nothing of this sort happens in the future.
“The Miss Mato Grosso Gay pageant team congratulates Miss Várzea Grande, Emannuelly Belini, elected Miss Gay Mato Grosso 2023 on the night of 27 May,” the statement read.
“We reiterate our best wishes and wish you a glamorous reign, and that your activities may reflect the voice and desires of the LGBTQIAP+ community.”
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Source: The Post