The bill without the landlord was made by a newlyweds in the US state of Florida who had planned their wedding celebration in a seemingly vacant luxury villa – and were then surprised by the owner living on the premises.
- Bridal couple want to celebrate their wedding in someone else’s villa
- The groom had scouted the property beforehand
- On the day of the wedding, the owner surprised the bride and groom in the property
Courtney Wilson and Shenita Jones invited friends and family to the celebration in the “dream home and estate”, which has a tennis court, swimming pool, theater and nine bedrooms and 15 bathrooms, as the newspaper “Sun Sentinel” reported.
Florida: Groom scouted property for wedding
Wilson toured the $ 5.7 million property for sale several times and took extensive photos under the pretext of being interested in the purchase.
Believing that no one lives on the property, he planned the wedding party with his bride, including a cocktail reception on Saturday afternoon and breakfast on Sunday morning, as the newspaper reported.
Owner surprised the groom as he was preparing for the party
Villa owner Nathan Finkel was amazed when the groom and another man showed up on the premises in Florida on Saturday morning to prepare everything for the party. “I have people here who have broken the peace on my property,” said Finkel in a call to the emergency call center.
“They press me and say that they are having a wedding here and that it is God’s message.” The alarmed police asked the wedding party to leave, there were no arrests. (dpa / nb)