Touching: Wheelchair-bound groom stands up to dance on marriage day; see how he does it
Brasilia, Feb 4: He had lost his ability to use his feet following a motorcycle accident in 2014. But Hugo Rohling, despite living his life on a wheelchair, did not forget to make his marriage a special occasion as it is in the life of every other individual on this earth.
And Hugo did something that left the netizens highly touched.
A video has gone viral showing the wheelchair-bound groom pushing himself to perform his first dance with the bride to Sam Smith's romantic number 'Make It To Me'.
It begins with the bride, Cinthia Zanuni, swaying with Hugo and as the proceedings take place, two of Hugo's companions bring their chairs to sit by him and tie their legs to each of his with Valcro straps. And then as they all stand up and move in tune to the music, the bride comes in and embrace Hugo in what made a perfect romantic gesture.
The video was posted on Facebook by Marcelo Henrique da Silva and an impressed Marcelo wrote: "I had the pleasure of attending this incredible wedding of my friends Cinthia Zanuni II and Hugo Rohling in Cuiabá, and I will share this video of what Love is really capable of."
The viewers were left emotional by the video and it received a massive viewership.