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Sunday, February 25, 2018

Groom Killed As Wedding Gift Reportedly Explodes 5 Days After Wedding Ceremony

A newly-married man in Odisha was killed and his wife critically injured when a gift that they had received for their wedding reception exploded. The man's grandmother also died in the blast. 





The incident took place in Odisha's Bolangir district on Friday, just five days after their wedding, the police said.


The police are trying to identify who gave the package to the couple at their reception ceremony on Wednesday and what kind of explosive was used in the incident. The gift package that was brought home after the reception, exploded when they opened it, they said.


The elderly woman was killed on the spot while her grandson died at a hospital in Rourkela where he was shifted to after being injured.


The wife of the man who was also severely injured in the explosion at their residence is still undergoing treatment at a government hospital in Burla.


Patnagarh Sub-Divisional Police Officer Sesadeva Bariha had said, "The police have collected evidence and an investigation is on."


Bolangir Chief District Medical Officer S Mishra said the elderly woman was declared "brought dead" at the Bolangir district headquarters hospital. ''The man injured in the blast also died at the Ispat General Hospital in Rourkela.

From ndtv


*This is the reason some people indicate on the wedding invitations that nobody should bring gifts.I have been to weddings where the couple asked that if it is ten kobo you have,please put in an envelope for them.....I have asked a couple why they wanted that and the guy replied that he jilted someone who might want revenge..lol

18 comments:

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    1. @Stella seems to have forgotten "letter bomb" and
      her colleague Dele Giwa so soon?

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  2. Eyaaa this is so sad. The heart of man is wicked. I know of someone who discarded all the baby stuff they were given as wedding gift. It is well

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    1. Pentecostal churches and home videos have really made our people paranoid,that's the reason a lot of people don't give gifts,I don't even give my neighbors food during celebration time except they ask,na WA o.Poor People always thinking negative meanwhile they are the problem to themselves.

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  3. Most people will tell you to open the gift right there at the reception or the grooms men will do it. So if you bring evil broom come give them, you will be exposed.

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    1. Let's us pray that our enemies don't remember,it's only God that can keep you safe from someone who is determined to hurt you,it's better to dispose gifts instead of embarrassing your guests by forcing them to open it because you don't trust them.

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  4. My God! People are wicked o.. .

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  5. Yes na. Pls convert all gifts to cash. Wetin person wan use cartons of " brokable" plates and "brokoble" spoons do? Naija no give sensible gifts.

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    1. With the amount of "brokable" plates n cups we got as wedding gift we can comfortably open a wholesale shops for ceramics.

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    2. All of you saying cash, have you not heard of envelopes with cash exploding? Our prayer should be may those monitoring us for evil be exposed. You can never be too careful. If someone is out to harm you and you are not aware, he or she will succeed except God steps in.

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    3. God bless You Anon 13:06 you dey mind our people,if you don't want the gifts,take them to the markets and sell it off at reduced prices instead of being aggressive towards the giver,immediately I noticed how suspicious our people have become I don't even bother buying any gifts when I attend weddings.

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  6. That's so sad. I've received an IV where it was written that 'all gifts should be monetized'

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  7. Even the 'monetized' is not also safe!

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  8. Monetized gifts are not safe attimes. People take monies from shrines, soaked in charms and put them in envelopes for couples. Ive seen a wedding invite that clearly stated, No gifts(monetary or otherwise) please.

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    1. Those people are not wise,instead of rejecting gifts out of fear just do a secret wedding and go home in Peace.

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  9. A good alternative is people shop online and the gift is delivered to the couple. Oyinbos do this a lot I think they call it registry for gifts

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