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WATCH: Woman stops wedding claiming groom already her husband

Divorce bill in the Philippines still pending in Congress

A Filipina woman disrupts wedding claiming the groom is her husband

Woman stops wedding claiming groom already her husband, Video now viral on Facebook

A video of a woman gate crashing a wedding who claimed that the groom is already married to her went viral on different social media sites.

In a Facebook post by Makisayod page, a woman suddenly walked down on the aisle of the church announcing to everyone in the wedding that she’s the legal wife of the groom.

Viral Video of a woman interrupting a wedding ceremony
Viral Video of a woman interrupting a wedding ceremony

Guest were shocked by the incident as the woman seemed to carry a brown envelope which has the documents to prove that the groom is already married to her.

Watch the viral video here:

Netizens were wondering how the groom got a Certificate of No Marriage (CENOMAR) or Certificate of Singleness if he was already married.

Apart from the CENOMAR, other requirements of getting married include a latest certified true copy of the couple’s PSA birth certificates, notarized affidavit of parental consent or advice for applicants below 25 years old and Certificate of Attendance in a pre-marriage counseling, family planning, and responsible parenthood seminar.

Drama as woman storms wedding to claim husband
Drama as woman storms wedding to claim husband

The CENOMAR provides proof that neither of you was married before. To secure a copy, planning to get married couples can get it at the nearest Census Serbilis Center or apply online via PSA Helpline.

A copy of CENOMAR costs Php 195 (walk-in) or Php 430 (online).

Last July, Senator Risa Hontiveros has refiled a bill allowing for absolute divorce in the Philippines, a measure that is expected to earn strong opposition from the Catholic Church.

In her explanatory note of the bill, Hontiveros noted that save for Vatican City, the Philippines is the only country in the world where divorce is illegal.

“Despite this, the number and proportion of Filipinos who are separate have been increasing over time — demonstrating that the denial of legal remedies to those seeking to dissolve their union has largely been an ineffective way of upholding the policy of the State to keep families together,” Hontiveros said in her explanatory note.

The viral video draws mixed reactions from Facebook users. Read some of their reactions:

@Arman Gli – Parang tleserye Lang

@Jegmarie Kinbacher: dili man makasal sa simbahan kung anal? is thes a peyk?

How about you, What’s your reaction about this incident? Please feel free to leave your comment and reactions below.

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Written by Karl Valdez

A writer from the north who loves to spend his time thinking what dreams may come.

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