Her beloved he was really a she.
Minati Khatua, aged 26 old, of Orissa, India, and her family were completely fooled by the groom, Sitakant Routray, who received a substantial dowry as is traditional in India composed of an Indica car, gold ornaments and more than £350 (about US $575) in cash.
“He had impressed everyone in my family and they willingly agreed to our marriage,” said Khatua.
No matter how much she wanted to believe her new husband, she grew more and more suspicious after the wedding when he constantly avoided any physical contact with her using the pretext of a religious vow.
As is traditional in India, Sitakant received a substantial dowry including an.
But Minati grew suspicious after the wedding when Sitakant avoided any physical contact on the pretext of a religious vow.
“I would try hard to find out and confirm his gender but failed repeatedly… One day I managed to force open the bathroom door when he was having a bath and my worst fears became true. He was a woman,” she told the press.
Local police are investigating the most bizarre case.
The bogus groom is nowhere to be found at the present time, having absconded with a car and a jeep, which were bought with loans acquired from an account in Ms Khatua’s name.
It seems amazing that this bizarre charade could have gone on for a year, but be that as it may, one can only hope that Mr. Wonderful gets his (or in this case, her) just desserts.