Wedding guests in the villa at B.C.’s B.S.V.G.S.-owned wedding banquet

Wedding guests at a B.N.C.

S-owned wedding reception in Victoria have been forced to watch a live stream on the internet as they are subjected to a barrage of racist comments and slurs.

The event, which was held Friday in the B.B.M.M.’s wedding villas at the corner of Main Street and Main Street, featured hundreds of guests from around the province.

Many were wearing white T-shirts emblazoned with a picture of a pig on it, and several guests wore masks.

Several people were seen standing outside the reception area while others sat in the lobby, and at one point, an elderly man in a red jacket wearing a suit was photographed outside the event.

One of the guests told CBC News that she was told to remove her mask, but she said she felt uncomfortable.

She said she thought the video was being recorded and could not watch the live stream because of the racial taunts.

“I was scared to leave,” she said.

“When I got up and started to leave, I heard people yelling, ‘you can’t leave, you’re a pig.’

And I started to cry.

That’s when I started screaming and crying.”

At least two people were sprayed with pepper spray during the event, according to a witness who told CBC’s “This Hour Has 22 Minutes” that she saw two people hit with pepper sprayed cans.

“That was very bad.

It was very scary.

I just don’t want to see that kind of racism again,” she told “This Week.”

The guest at the reception said she has been told not to leave because the situation could become violent.

“This is going to be a really dangerous event because the people who have to leave are going to have to go into the back of the hotel,” she added.

“They’re going to need protection.”

B.E.A.L. said in a statement that the event “is the culmination of many years of advocacy and support for the Bancroft family and their supporters.”

“We’re grateful for the efforts of the people of Victoria and the wider B.A.” to make this a success,” the organization said.

“We are working hard to identify the individuals responsible for the incident and ensure that they are held accountable.” “

It’s been a very challenging and emotionally difficult situation for the family, and we are grateful for their commitment and support,” she wrote in an email to CBC News.

“We are working hard to identify the individuals responsible for the incident and ensure that they are held accountable.”

The B.R.C.-owned B.M