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Newlyweds Adam Quinn and Helen spent their wedding night on a hospital bed as Adam dislocated his elbow while attempting some crazy dance moves on his wedding night.

In the footage taken by videographer Tom Healy, Adam could be seen telling his new wife that he loved her very much before deciding to express it through some dance moves. Adam could be seen running in a circle amongst his friends with his groomsman helping him move around the dance floor, reports said.

He then falls over and smashes his elbow into the ground as his horrified wife flees to avoid seeing the unfortunate event. The footage also shows Adam holding out his arms to break his fall - which is how he injured his elbow. Apparently, he slipped on some bear and got injured badly.

Adam was rushed to the hospital by paramedics and his wife who was still in her wedding dress where he was treated and given morphine for the pain.

While speaking to the media Helen said: "He came out to me and he was as white as a ghost."

Helen shared a picture on Instagram where she can be seen lying on her new husband with his arm wrapped in a sling while being hooked up to machines. "In sickness and in health #weddingday". was the caption of the picture.

"He told me that he thought he had broken his arm. It turned out he had dislocated his elbow. We basically just snuck out the back door of the reception."

"It's pretty embarrassing and I get a little triggered looking at the photos and watching the video," An embarrassed Adam recollected the events in another video.

He said: "I was singing a classic love song, I thought it was really romantic. But then I took a spill on a Corona! I think I've dislocated my elbow."

Adam and Helen had been together for six years before finally deciding to get married. Unfortunately, the wedding reception didn’t end the way the bride or groom expected. They also have a 17-month-old son.

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