SAD!! Wedding Ceremony Goes Wrong As Bride Gets Heart Attack During Vow Taken

A 33-year-old bride is currently fighting for her life in hospital after she experienced a heart attack during her wedding ceremony.

The bride, from the Sadot Negev region in southern Israel, collapsed in front of her guests during the wedding ceremony.

According to reports, the woman was kept alive by some of the guests who were medical professionals until paramedics arrived at the scene.

The bride, who is also a doctor, was rushed to Soroka Medical Center in Beersheba in a critical condition.

She was given CPR on her to the hospital.

She is currently being treated in the intensive care unit in the cardiology wing of the hospital.

The wedding was held in the garden of a private home as wedding halls have been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

So far, there have so far around 113,000 diagnoses of coronavirus and 906 deaths in Israel.

In other news ,  man has allegedly divorced his wife for being too sweet in bed.

According to the man he is sacred the woman will kill her in bed so soon.

He explained seeing another man die on top of a woman and therefore doesn’t want that story to happen to him.

But the man’s friend also explained that the man is simply going mad and should therefore seek medical help.

In other news,a Muslim woman has given the most absurd reasons ever as bases to seek divorce.

According to the worried woman, her husband loves her too much and therefore does not argued with her, which she finds impossible to accept.

The couple is said to have been married for 18months.

Asked to explain her request, the woman said that her spouse loved her too much To make matters “worse”, the woman’s husband also cooked and cleaned for her, and helped with various house chores. She declared herself “fed up” and asked the members of the court to end her marriage.

“He does not shout at me and neither has he upset me on any issue. He even cooks for me and also helps me in performing household chores,” the disgruntled wide said. “Whenever I make a mistake, he always forgives me for that. I wanted to argue with him. I do not need a life where the husband agrees to anything.”

After hearing the woman’s plea, the puzzled clerics of the Sharia Court immediately rejected her request as frivolous and asked the couple to settle their differences themselves.


By: Naa Ayorkor Laryea

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