Couple get divorced just three MINUTES after they got married 6 months ago

Couple get divorced just three MINUTES after they got married


A couple got divorced just MINUTES after tying the knot - after the groom mocked the bride for tripping at the end of their ceremony.

After signing the legal documents at the courthouse, the couple turned to leave. That's when the bride tripped, and the groom called her "stupid" for falling.

According to Q8News [via The Mirror], the newlyweds had just signed their marriage contract in front of a judge when the incident occurred.

The furious bride demanded the judge end their marriage straight away. The judge agreed and severed the pair an annulment three minutes after he married them.

It is believed to be the shortest marriage in the history of Kuwait.

The story began to circulate across social media, with many people saying they reckoned the bride did the right thing.

One person wrote:

"A marriage with no respect, is a failed one right from the beginning,"

Someone else added:

"If this is how he acts right at the beginning, it's better to leave him."

It's not the only wedding story making headlines lately, after a wedding guest recently revealed a bride-to-be had asked for €205 to 'secure' a place at her wedding.

Her post on NetMums began:

"So my sister in law announced that her wedding (this summer)was going to be a weekend-long affair a couple of hours away from where we live.

"Invitations recently went out and my husband and I were a little shocked to see that alongside RSVP info was bank details to pay £180 to secure our place at the wedding!

"We will be staying over with our child on the venue grounds for 2 nights so I understand what this money will probably go towards this but I just feel it's a bit 'off' and bad etiquette.

"When we got married, immediate family stayed at the venue which we paid for."

The woman added that she was unsure what the £180 was for, as her mother-in-law - and the bride's mum - was "footing a lot of the wedding bill". This included the venue hire, as well as the room hire.

She continued:

"My MIL was shocked as she is footing a lot of the wedding bill and when SIL sounded her out in this, she asked SIL not to ask for money off immediate family in this way."

She explained that she and her husband would pay, as "we wouldn't want to miss it for the world," and she just wanted to know who other people would feel about this.

Many people said that they felt it was an unfair and rude request, especially since the rooms had been paid for. However, others suggested that while it was fair to ask for funds towards the accommodation, it probably could've been handled better.