VIDEO: Philly Wedding Brawl Leads to Three Arrests, One Death

Plus: Mayor Nutter called Mitt Romney a liar on national television, a Temple football player has been charged with kidnapping, a stabbing at the City Hall subway station, and more of what Philly is buzzing about today.

Philly Wedding Brawl. A fight between members of the same wedding party (and members of a second wedding party) led to an all-out melee in Society Hill early Sunday morning. Police say that alcohol played a big role in the fiasco. The uncle of one of the brides was found unconscious and was later pronounced dead. Authorities say he died of a heart attack. Police arrested one man and cited two others in the aftermath of the ordeal. [Daily News]

Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire. Mayor Nutter went on State of the Union With Candy Crowley on CNN on Sunday to tell America that Mitt Romney lied during the first presidential debate. [The Hill]

Cheater, Cheater, Pumpkin-Eater. A Jersey man is in some legal trouble after allegedly rigging a computer at Sands casino in Bethlehem to payout extra for one patron. The computer also rewarded the patron for gambling longer than he actually had. The extra points were cashed in for $2,000 in gift certificates and a $45 meal. [Morning Call]

Temple Player Charged With Kidnapping. Kamal Johnson—a defensive tackle on Temple’s football team—has been charged with kidnapping after he allegedly held his girlfriend captive in his room for hours. He supposedly forced his way into her apartment, demanded to see her phone, and then dragged her down to his apartment where he accused her of cheating on him. He allegedly hit her in the back and threw her to the ground. After a few hours, he agreed that she could leave. [Daily News]

Stabbing at City Hall Station. Police are looking for a man who got into an argument with another guy on SEPTA’s El and stabbed him at the turnstile and tried to steal the guy’s bike. The victim is in stable condition and the assailant had to ditch the bike to make his getaway. [Daily News]

Structural Problems in Point Breeze. This time, a wall collapsed into a row home in Point Breeze. Debris fell out onto 20th Street. The American Red Cross is helping the family of four that lived in the home. Someone should turn on the Bat Signal for Ori Feibush. [6 ABC]

Ugh. The Eagles. Sunday’s game was miserable in more ways than one. Tim McManus breaks it down for you, in case you’re interested in learning more about how disappointed you should be. [Birds 24/7]