Wedding ceremony of South African twins as they marry the same lady

Wedding ceremony of South African twins as they marry the same lady

Strange things happen across the world everyday. The things some of us consider as taboo in some part of the world are considered normal in others, and there are times people still do what is considered a taboo in their own part of the world.

There have been cases of men marrying their daughters or women who replace their sons with their late husbands because they are lonely.

Well, something that might be considered as strange has happened once again, as twins marry the same woman in South Africa.

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South African twins wed same lady

South African twins wed same lady Twitter source: Catchvibe Moatshe

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In the photos shared by Moatshe, the twins and their wife were dressed in traditional attires made with animal skin. They were surrounded by family and friends who seem to support their decision.

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Twitter users shared their thoughts and concerns about the union between the twins and their wives. Read tweet below:

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This story is truly strange and confusing. It brings up a lot of questions, like what happens when the brothers disagree about something in the house?

Similar kinds of stories to this, that people have heard before, is that of men marrying two women on the same day.

Briefly.co.za had reported that a man had even done the same thing in February, 2018, the man had tied the knot with two women on the same day. Separate posters of announcing the union with the women were pasted in different places.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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