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Mostafa Al Zoubi, Gulf Today
An Egyptian headed to a photography studio in Alexandria with the receipt of his wedding photos and asked the owner, after 43 years, to give them to him.
According to local media, the man went to the studio after 43 years to receive his wedding pictures which date back to 1978.
The receipt for the wedding pictures.
Ayman Mounir, the owner of the studio, wrote on Facebook, "Unbelievable! Someone asked for wedding pictures after 43 years."
He added: "The receipt showed that the number of pictures was 12 and the cost was 400 piastres not 400 pounds and the client paid them.”
Mounir told the client he would search for the pictures in the studio archive and asked him to leave the receipt for him as a memory.
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