- Despite the coronavirus pandemic, a couple in Malaysia devised a means to go on with their big wedding
- Tengku Adnan and his bride Oceane Alagia held a drive-thru wedding on Sunday, December 20, with 10,000 people in attendance
- The wedding took place outside a grand government building in Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur
A couple in Malaysia did not allow the coronavirus pandemic stop them from holding a big wedding as 10,000 guests attended their nuptials.
According to the COVID-19 restriction in Malaysia, weddings must not exceed 20 people but the couple decided to hold a drive-thru wedding, Yahoo! News reports.
Tengku Muhammed Hafiz, who is the son of former cabinet minister Tengku Adnan, got married to his bride Oceane Alagia on Sunday, December 20.
Guests at the event, which took place outside a grand government building in Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur, adhered to social distancing rules.
The newly-weds were seated outside the building while guests slowly drove past in their cars. The guests only got a distant wave from the wedding party.
According to reports, it took about three hours for all the 10,000 guests to drive by.
The groom's father shared adorable photos of the event on his Facebook page and appreciated the guests for adhering to all safety guidelines.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that about 30,000 people from around the world defied the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus and attended a mass wedding in South Korea.
The wedding, which had 6,000 new couples getting married, was held at the Cheong Shim Peace World Center in Gapyeong, northeast of Seoul.
During the mass wedding, church staff prepared hand sanitiser, handed out surgical masks and checked couples' temperature.
The deadly coronavirus, which was first recorded in China, has killed thousands of people around the world.