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The bride-groom poses with the donkey. Photo credit: Abdul Samad Zia Weddings
Gulf Today Report
A Pakistani groom surprised his wife with an unconventional gift at their wedding, as he presented her with a small donkey.
The groom, Azlan Shah, documented, during a video clip on "Instagram", moments of joy and happiness as he brought a donkey to the wedding venue and gave it to his wife, according to local media.
The groom commented on presenting the donkey as a gift to his wife, saying, "She loves donkeys, and I do too," noting that donkeys are, in fact, very hardworking and friendly animals, he said.
The groom revealed that his bride loved young donkeys, so he preferred to be the wedding gift, while the bride expressed her happiness with this gift, and took pictures with it.
Social media users interacted remarkably with the strange gift, some of whom liked the idea and some of them rejected it.
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