Married life got off to an unexpected start for a pair of newlyweds in South Africa when police showed up to the party.
They had received a tip-off that the wedding in KwaZulu-Natal was happening on Sunday despite a nationwide ban on all public gatherings because of coronavirus.
All 50 wedding guests, the pastor who conducted the ceremony, and the newlyweds themselves were promptly arrested and taken to a police station outside Richards Bay.
The whole group is to be charged in court on Monday.
Widely circulated videos show the moment the besuited groom helps his wife into the back of a police van in her white wedding dress, complete with train and veil:
The couple have not yet been named by police or local media.
The uMhlathuze municipality said the newlyweds would be “spending their honeymoon under stringent bail conditions”.