Full-Karen: The Reason This Woman Just Crashed A Hawaii Wedding Is Insane

(Tea Party 247) – The coronavirus pandemic has seen the emergence of a powerful army of Karens ready, on the spot, to scold and barade strangers over their failure to adhere to even the most arbitrary social distancing guidelines.

They’re even willing to crash weddings to do so, apparently.

A woman reportedly ambushed a beach wedding in Hawaii to complain about violations of coronavirus regulations.

In a video filmed by the unidentified woman, she walked through Ohau’s Waimanalo Beach, interrupting a wedding to tell them the beach was closed, the New York Post reports.

“I don’t want to be rude but I had enough of sh-t,” the Karen says.

“Aloha, aloha! That’s not your house, you’re lying. This is the beach and the beach is closed,” she also says.

In the video, the bride can be seen speaking to the woman, but she continues to tell the wedding party, which includes small children, that they’ll be arrested if they remain on the closed beach.

“The cops are coming,” the woman declares.

Addressing the officiant of the ceremony, she says, “You’re always doing this for money.”

The Post says that the officiant can be seen hurrying the group away from the beach, back towards a large house several yards away.

“This is property,” a wedding guest can be heard saying, indicating they are on private property.

“You want to tell me about property? Let’s talk about property,” the woman says.

“Honey, these people don’t know that’s the property line,” a bystander remarks.

The Post notes:

Certain types of short-term rentals, including renting out an entire home to tourists for a short stay, became illegal on the island of Oahu on Aug. 1 as the island seeks to curb unregulated tourism.

Beach wedding permits on the island of Oahu are invalid until Sept. 4, according to the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources. Surfing and swimming are allowed, but a social gathering on the beach is not.

The parties in the video have yet to be identified.

It is unclear if the couple were renting the home or if they eventually tied the knot.

Video: Woman Ruins Small Hawaii Wedding Over Coronavirus Regulations