Malayalam News – The bride and groom came to another wedding looking at the Google map; It’s too late to realize the mistake News18 Kerala, Buzz Latest Malayalam News

ഗൂഗിൾ മാപ്പ് നോക്കി വരനും സംഘവുമെത്തിയത് മറ്റൊരു വിവാഹച്ചടങ്ങിൽ; അബദ്ധം മനസിലായത് ഏറെ വൈകി

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KUALA LUMPUR: A number of accidents have already been reported in Google Maps. There have even been reports of vehicles straying into other places and falling into the river. But now Google Map has cheated on the groom’s party who went out for the wedding. One such interesting event took place in Kuala Lumpur, Indonesia.

Looking at a Google map, the bride and groom arrived at another house where the engagement was taking place. The incident took place last Sunday. Relatives of the ‘bride’ who received the bride and groom also handed over gifts. But one of the groom’s relatives became suspicious when he saw no one in the group with experience. With this, they realized the mistake and realized that they had reached the wrong place. The wedding and the engagement ceremony were held in the same village. This is what created the confusion.

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The ‘stray’ groom and his group arrived at the engagement ceremony of 27-year-old Ulfa. The bridegroom and his relatives arrived just as the bride was getting ready. ‘My family accepted them. The gifts were handed over, ” Tribune News reported, quoting Ulfa. Ulfa says he was shocked at first when he saw no acquaintances among those who arrived. Ulfa added that they said they got there by looking at a Google map and regretted the confusion that had occurred.

Ulfa’s ‘real groom’ team was a little late to arrive as they had to stop the vehicle to meet their basic needs. There was a big mistake inside. Ulfa’s future groom was a native of Kendall. But the ‘misguided’ groom is also from Pemalang. Then, with the help of Ulfa’s relatives, the groom and his party arrived at the actual wedding venue.

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Published by:Asha Zulfikar

First published by:April 10, 2021, 3:50 PM IS

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