When a groom and his bride arrived at their wedding ceremony in a locally made limousine, their guests gasped for breath.
The bride and groom, as well as their entire entourage, rode in an open-top limousine made out of plastic barrels, comfortably qualifying for the title of “wedding of the century” in the Guinness Book of Records.
Onlookers cheered on the delighted groom, his bride, and their entourage as they arrived for their once-in-a-lifetime wedding ceremony.
The car is made up of six parts, and it was driven by a groomsman on a motorbike that steered the entire limo.
The bride was in the car’s first blue barrel, closely followed by the groom, groomsmen, flower girls, and two more slots for bridesmaids.
The barrels were chained together and mounted on wheels that were controlled by a motorcycle.
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