The Hilarious Reason Groom Divorces His Wife TWO HOURS After Wedding
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The Saudi bride reportedly broke the prenup she had signed agreeing not to share pictures of the wedding on social media
A SAUDI couple’s marriage lasted just two hours – because the bride shared pictures of the wedding on Snapchat.
After learning his new bride had sent images of the pair’s wedding ceremony to female friends on the photo sharing app, the groom immediately filed for divorce.
According to Saudi press, the newlyweds had signed a prenuptial agreement that banned sharing photos or videos of the wedding ceremony.
In an interview with Saudi publication Okaz, the bride’s brother said: “There was a prenuptial agreement between my sister and her fiancé that she would not use social media applications such as Snapchat, Instagram or Twitter to post or send her pictures.
“It was included in the marriage contract and became binding.
“Regretfully, my sister did not honour the pledge and used Snapchat to share pictures from the wedding ceremony with her female friends, resulting in the shocking decision by the groom to cancel their marriage and call for divorce.”
The bride’s decision to document the ceremony caused a huge row between both families, with the bride’s relatives insisting the agreement was unfair, and the groom’s family arguing he was perfectly within his rights to file for divorce.
Earlier this year, a Saudi husband divorced his wife mere hours after their wedding because she was too busy texting her friends to consummate the marriage.
After taking his bride back to their hotel room and attempting to get intimate, he was pushed away by his wife because she was trying to reply to her friends’ congratulatory messages.
She grew angry when he asked for her attention.
In an interview with Saudi newspaper El Watan, a relative said: “The groom tried to get closer with her and more intimate, but he was shocked when she ignored him, not responding to his words and action.
“When he asked her if her friends were more important than he was, the bride answered that they were.”
When the argument escalated, the groom stormed out of the hotel and insisted on a divorce.
According to Saudi legal expert Ahmad Al Maabi, approximately 50 percent of the nation’s divorces involve newlyweds.
He said: “Misunderstandings, differences in views and the easy approach to marriage without a deep appreciation of the responsibilities are among the major causes for divorce among young people.
“Marriages are bound to fail when there are no robust foundations or trust.”