A videograb shows bride excersing in the gym.
Gulf Today Report
A video of a bride having her marriage photoshoot at a gym is doing rounds on the social media platform Facbook.
The video was published by an Egyptian bobdybuilder Ashraf Mahrous aka Kabonga who is also the trainer of the bride ‘Egyptian Tuta.’
In the video bride can be seen excercising on machines in the gym in full bridal attire and when egged on by the people in the video she goes on to lifts her groom with ease.
Kabonga commented on the wedding, saying: "The most beautiful and kindest bride in Egypt and the whole world... Today was the most beautiful day in my life to do the wedding of my student and my little sister, Captain Tota, the Egyptian wrestling champion."
The ‘power-packed’ wedding video has left netizens in awe of the bride who seemed to be turning the usual tradition of groom lifting her bride upside down.
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They were reportedly participating in moving the groom’s new furniture to his new apartment on the fifth floor in a building in Alexandria governorate, Egypt.
The police stated that a report was received from the families stating that a quarrel occurred at the wedding and the Criminal Investigation Department in Kafr El-Sheikh was notified to quickly apprehend the perpetrators involved in the incident.
The groom presented the dowry consisting of a gold necklace and a number of bracelets and rings, of large size. The bride's father and brother also presented her with a gift of gold, which included five bracelets and a gold necklace.
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The celebrations were attended by the Centre's staff and a broad multicultural segment of the mosque's worshippers and visitors, which reflected the rich Emirati heritage and noble values, and highlighted the mosque's message that calls for cross-cultural dialogue worldwide.
The Abu Dhabi Court for Family and Civil and Administrative Cases rejected a lawsuit filed by an ex-husband who demanded to obligate his divorcee to pay him Dhs28,000, claiming that he had transferred the agreed alimony to her bank account.