Fast food chain wants to reward newlyweds photographed at restaurant

Fast food chain wants to reward newlyweds photographed at restaurant

- A picture of a pair of newlyweds standing outside a restaurant while still in their ceremonial attire has gone viral

- The couple was photographed waiting in line to order fast food and wearing a full wedding dress and tuxedo combination

- The eatery's management is now looking for the couple so they can reward them after they showed their commitment to the chain

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Weddings are particularly personal events and different people have different ideas of what should or shouldn't be included in one.

While some people may dream of a big church wedding and an equally mammoth reception, it would seem that others prefer an easy one involving take-out at a local eatery.

Well, a newlywed couple from Zambia recently broke the internet after they were spotted lining up outside a local eatery known as Hungry Lion, ready to pick up their food.

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The couple was spotted lining up outside the eatery. Photo: Facebook
Source: Facebook

What struck many people was the fact that the two lovebirds hit the shopping centre and headed straight to the restaurant while still rocking their wedding outfits. Photos of the two that have gone viral online show the hubby dressed in his checked suit while his wife had on her white wedding gown.

To make their day even merrier, the man and his wife posed for several photos outside Hungry Lion and some just in front of a mall Christmas tree.

Many people who saw the photos were touched in different ways and shared the photos widely, making the couple an instant online sensation.

Thanks to the many social media posts by the public, the management at Hungry Lion got to notice the photos and decided to repay the couple in the best way possible.

Taking to social media, the eatery shared photos of the couple standing outside the institution and asked online users to help them locate the two. Hungry Lion made it clear that they wanted to reward the couple if they could be located.

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''Hey fam. Please help us find this lovely couple. We want to gift them with something delicious,'' a tweet from the eatery read.

The tweet had only been online for a few hours before social media users started sharing the photos widely to help in tracking down the couple so they could be gifted with something delicious.

Quite a number of people also applauded the eatery's management for being very considerate.

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