When a groom asked his fiancée to stay off Snapchat during their wedding reception in Saudi Arabia, he definitely wasn't joking.
In fact, he was so serious, he divorced his wife immediately after he found out she had snapped photos of their ceremony to her friends.
But here's the kicker: They had only been married for two hours.
TWO. WHOLE. HOURS.
According to MailOnline, the Saudi Press reported the man had created a binding agreement with his wife-to-be, which stated she would not share photos of their wedding on any social media apps.
But two hours after getting married, he discovered his wife had broken her promise. So, he called the whole thing off.
Apparently, the bride's family is pissed at the groom's decision to end things because of a few Snapchats (and understandably so).
Her brother reportedly spoke to a Saudi newspaper:
There was a prenuptial agreement between my sister and her fiancé that she would not use social media applications such as Snapchat, Instagram or Twitter to post or send pictures. It was included in the marriage contract and became binding.
Regretfully, my sister did not honor the pledge and used Snapchat to share pictures from the wedding ceremony with her female friends, resulting in the shocking decision by the groom to cancel their marriage and call for divorce.
How can you blame her, though? Any bride in her right mind would want to share her big day with family and friends.
Her husband didn't think so, though. And neither did his relatives.
Apparently, the groom's side understood his irrational reason to divorce his wife so quickly.
In my opinion, this decision seems a little savage. But then again, there have been a ton of "savage grooms" turning weddings upside down lately. So, I guess I'm not surprised.
But if my future fiancé demands I don't document our wedding day, I'm going to demand he find a new bride.