This couple holds 10,000 people drive-thru wedding
Coronavirus restrictions have badly affected public gatherings, especially marriages. However, some couples have still managed to tie the knot this year.
This couple from Malaysia gone against restrictions and reportedly welcomed 10,000 to their wedding. They did this while maintaining safety measures.
According to the international news agency, the newly-weds were seated outside a grand government building in Putrajaya, south of the capital Kuala Lumpur, while guests slowly drove past in their cars.
The windows had to be open and guests were welcomed through a socially distant wave from the wedding party.
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Groom Tengku Muhammed Hafiz and bride Oceane Alagia hosted the drive-thru wedding.
“I am informed that there are more than 10,000 cars here since this morning,” the proud father wrote on Facebook, sharing pictures of the event.
“IMe and my family are very honored. Thank you all for understanding and adhering to all procedures made by drive-thru attendance without getting out of the car.”
It took about three hours until all 10,000 attendees had passed by.
According to Malaysian media, the guests were treated to a dinner. They had to pick up their pre-packed food through their car window and drive on.
The groom is the son of a renowned politician and former cabinet minister Tengku Adnan.
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