Bride provides a QR code so that guests at her wedding can digitally spray her money [video]

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A bride who didn’t want her guests spraying real cash at her wedding devised a novel way for them to spray her money digitally.

While dancing, the bride held up a card with a QR code.

Many who decided to spray money on her quickly moved close enough to check the code with their mobile devices, then transferred the money they must have sprayed directly to her account.

This occurrence occurred in Benin, Edo state.

 

 

Watch the video below:

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