Covid, ten thousand guests at a wedding in Malaysia but without breaking the rules: all by car
In the first drive-through wedding in history it took about three hours for all the guests to parade in front of the bride and groom, who then received the prepackaged dinner on board their cars.
There should have been only twenty guests due to the anti-Covid limitations and instead ten thousand arrived at a wedding near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. However, no rules were broken, because the guests were all left in their cars, with the windows strictly up. To give his girlfriend, Oceania Alagia, the first drive-through wedding in history was Tengku Muhammed Hafiz, son of former minister Tengku Adnan.