After nearly two hours later from their marriage, a Saudi groom filed a divorce against her wife for using Snapchat.
According to the groom’s case, the wife broke an agreement of not sharing pictures of their wedding on Snapchat.
The agreement between the two was a binding one. Upon finding that the pictures were shared on Snapchat, the groom immediately filed the case. The bride’s brother said the following after the event.
There was a prenuptial agreement between my sister and her fiancé that she would not use social media applications such as Snapchat, Instagram or Twitter to post or send her pictures. It was included in the marriage contract and became binding. Regretfully, my sister did not honour the pledge and used Snapchat to share pictures from the wedding ceremony with her female friends, resulting in the shocking decision by the groom to cancel their marriage and call for divorce.
The case resulted in an argument between the two families
The bride’s family immediately contacted the groom’s family arguing that the agreement was not fair. Meanwhile the family on the other side insisted that it was the perfect solution because it was under the groom’s right.
A similar case was recorded earlier this year in Saudi Arabia when a husband divorced her wife right after their wedding because she consistently texted her friends.