She clearly stated that she will not marry a drunk.
A wedding did not take place after the Indian bride refused to get married. She did not go ahead with the ceremony as the groom had turned up drunk.
The bizarre incident happened during the afternoon of Saturday, November 30, 2019, in the town of Laldhang, Uttarakhand.
The groom was so drunk that during the procession, he tried to stand up but fell back down.
His intoxication led to the bride becoming enraged to such a point that she said that she will not get married.
The unnamed man arrived with the baraat procession drunk. As he tried to walk into the venue, he fell down.
It was reported that the bride’s father had spent a lot of money for the baraat to take place.
The wedding guests waited outside the venue with excitement, wanting to see the bride and groom.
While the Indian bride arrived with no issues, the groom turned up to the wedding inebriated. He was in such a bad state that he struggled to stand still.
The young man continued to feel worse as the day went on. He eventually could not stand. Every time he tried to get up, he fell back down.
The groom’s friends had to hold him up as he made his way to the stage.
The man even crawled up the stairs to the stage until he was next to the bride for the ceremony to take place.
Seeing her future husband’s condition, the young woman became extremely angry and stopped the wedding.
She clearly stated that she will not marry a drunk. After hearing her refusal to get married, a fight broke out between the two sets of families.
Among the chaos, one guest called the police and officers quickly arrived at the scene.
The bride’s parents sided with her decision after seeing the drunk groom, saying that they will let her marry an alcoholic.
Police officers managed to break up the scuffle and ordered both families to gather around. The village leader, Deepika Vyas, was also present at the wedding.
They calmly discussed what had happened and eventually came to the conclusion that the groom will pay Rs. 1.5 Lakh (£1,600) to the bride’s family as compensation.
Legal action between the two involved parties was not required and the drunk groom returned home without his bride after it was decided that the marriage would not go ahead.