By Charlie Coë For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 00:48 BST, 13 August 2020 | Updated: 01:19 BST, 13 August 2020
A newlywed couple were kicked out of their own wedding venue along with all their guests after allegedly refusing to follow coronavirus rules - as wild footage showed guests packed together on the dance floor.
Revellers at The Renaissance wedding venue in Lidcombe, western Sydney were asked to leave on Sunday night after allegedly failing to abide by the venue's COVID-safe rules.
Handheld vision from the event showed guests flouting social distancing measures as they danced to music, filling the dancefloor along with the bride Nazife herself.
Weddings in New South Wales are allowed to have up to 150 people attending, but guests must keep four metres apart at the service and should stay at least three metres away from performers at the reception.
Other COVIDSafe suggestions from the government include only allowing the bride and groom on the dance floor and only allow people to drink alcohol when seated.
The bride Nazife (pictured) is seen ahead of the raucous wedding party at The Renaissance in Lidcombe, western Sydney on Sunday night. The venue kicked guests out after they 'refused to follow its social distancing rules'
Footage showed revellers packing the floor, and standing close to a man on stage singing into a microphone as they jumped up and down to the music.
The guests were then removed from the venue by management.
A spokeswoman for the venue told Daily Mail Australia the bride and groom were 'very upset' about being told to leave, but