Wedding photos of one man and two women going viral?!Police responded…

2022-06-10 0 By

A man has posted photos of his wedding to two of his “beloved wives”, raising questions online.The hotel in question denied the incident on Feb 25, and police in Jiangyin, Jiangsu province, have launched an investigation.On February 24, a screenshot of what appears to be a wechat moments was circulated on the Internet. Two moments were posted by the same person.One reads: “I, Surnamed Yang, will hold a wedding ceremony with my two beloved wives at 22:00 on February 22, 2022, at baihe Hall of Lao Niangjiu Hotel (No. 11 Renmin Road). We are waiting for you and your family.”Another reads: “From now on, three in a room…From now on, there will be three holes.”The photos show a man in a suit posing with two women in wedding dresses.The two screenshots have caused a lot of discussion online, with many saying they are jokes or hype.Another said, “If three people live together for a long time, if someone reports him, he will be sentenced to bigamy.”Extreme news reporters found that jiangyin, Jiangsu Province, No. 11 people’s Road changjing town there is an old Niangjiu hotel.On the 25th, jimu News reporter called the hotel, the staff said they had noticed the matter, the matter is completely false, the hotel every night more than 8 o ‘clock closed, it is impossible to hold a wedding in the evening more than 10.As to whether Yang came to do the wedding on 22, she did not impression.Local police have been involved, the official said.Jimu News contacted jiangyin Police Station jing, who said they were investigating the incident.Chen Liang, a lawyer from Hubei Haoliu Law Firm, said it is impossible for a man and two women to get married, and bigamy is a crime that undermines the country’s marriage system.The content posted by this circle of friends violates public order and good customs, and should be deleted and corrected. If the content is only spread among certain groups and does not disturb public order, no administrative punishment can be imposed.However, relevant photos and text clearly infringe on others’ right of portrait and right of reputation, resulting in derogatory social evaluation of the right holder, and the publisher should bear the corresponding civil liability.Original headline: “Wedding photos of a man and two women go viral?! Police respond…”