Brother Brings Llama To Sister's Wedding. She Wasn't Pleased Five years ago Mendl Weinstock was annoyed at his sister's incessant talk about weddings. He said if she ever got married, he'd bring a llama. He followed through with a live llama in a custom tuxedo.

Brother Brings Llama To Sister's Wedding. She Wasn't Pleased

Brother Brings Llama To Sister's Wedding. She Wasn't Pleased

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Five years ago Mendl Weinstock was annoyed at his sister's incessant talk about weddings. He said if she ever got married, he'd bring a llama. He followed through with a live llama in a custom tuxedo.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. Five years ago, Mendl Weinstock found himself very annoyed with his sister. She was only a teenager, but she and her friends were talking incessantly about their weddings. So he told her when she got married, he would bring a llama. At her wedding recently, he did just that. He showed up with a live llama dressed in a custom tuxedo. A viral picture captured his sister's furious face. She said she's planning her revenge for his graduation.

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