Must-see videos of the week: September 20

The real question is who invited a penguin to her wedding? Obviously not the best idea!

This week's must-see videos range from hilariously gross to aesthetically beautiful, but without further adieu, let's get started with the gross. This comedic tale of woe was captured at a wedding, where the bride learned that a little bit of wine isn't the only thing you should worry about getting on your dress.

1. Bride Gets Terrible Wedding Surprise

Who brought the new guy, huh? Huh? All jokes aside, this video raises so many questions, not the least of which is, who brought the penguin? Seriously! In fact, it looks like this video was shot in a veterinarian's office, so dare I ask why you would throw your wedding party at Sea World? It's all very strange, but it's certainly good for a laugh. Well, at least the groom is laughing.

[ Last week's must-see videos: Soldier in Spider-Man costume surprises son ]

2. Flying eagle POV

Moving on from the gross. This video capturing an eagle's point-of-view as it majestically navigates the mountains of France is quite remarkable. I'm not sure how you would go about attaching a camera to an eagle's back, but the finished product is pretty neat. It looks like the eagle doesn't even know the camera is there, so it's safe to assume the bird was not harmed in the process.

3. Costa Concordia Rises in 60 Seconds

Salvaging the Costa Concordia cruise ship, which ran aground in January 2012, was considered one of the largest maritime recovery operations in history. This time-lapse video shows how the ship was winched upright using what's called a parbucking procedure. The costs for salvaging the ship ran close to $800 million, and the ship is expected to remain in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the western coast of Italy until it is eventually towed away in the Spring of 2014.

4. Owner Destroys Expensive Car In Protest

What got this disgruntled BMW owner all worked up, you ask? Well, you can chalk up this incredibly poor decision to "constantly dealing with engine issues and bad service," according to the video's description. Personally, I think I would have chosen to sell my loathsome $160,000 BMW M6 and splurge for a Mercedes but hey, engine issues and poor service can be rather frustrating. I guess.

5. Lads on night out fix broken bike rack

So you're out on the town with your buddies, having a few drinks, getting a little rowdy and before you know it, things get out of hand and you're fixing a broken bike rack. I know, that doesn't quite sound right, but that's the first thing that came to mind when watching this video. Performing such a civic duty is almost the last thing you'd expect a group of guys painting the town red to accomplish. And while this is not exactly the most exciting video out there, I thought it was pretty cool.

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