The husband and original wife had two kids together.
Netizens across Thailand shared a clip on social media of a marriage ceremony that a mother-in-law crashed. She stormed into the wedding when the couple, the woman’s son-in-law, sat in front of monks conducting the ceremony. The wife waved the marriage certificate in front of the gathered wedding party, explaining that the two never divorced.
The monks continued on chanting as if nothing was happening in front of them.
The wife said that she lived with the man for 16 years and had two children with him aged 15 and 5 years old. They lived together up until the day that the husband went to get married to the new woman, according to the report.
There is now a legal battle between the original wife and the new couple, in regards to the legality of the new marriage and the assault and disruption of the wedding.
Video of the wedding being crashed:
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My take: It looks like from the video that the new woman, the monks, and even the husband just take the abuse without a care in the world — maybe they all know the old wisdom, “hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.”
Edit: Originally, I thought it was the original wife who crashed the wedding. It was the man’s mother-in-law and the original wife.
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