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Bride turns out to be a boy a week after wedding ceremony

In a bizarre and shocking turn of events, a 26-year-old bridegroom discovered that his wife of just a week was actually a boy, attempting to deprive him of money.

The husband had been dating the alleged scammer “Adinda Kanza” for over a year on social media before they decided to marry last month, according to the South China Morning Post. This unexpected and shocking development took place in Indonesia. The husband hailed from Naringgul, which is a region on the island of Java in Indonesia. He had met a 26-year-old woman Adinda Kanza on a social media platform in 2023.

Whenever the couple met in person, Kanza always wore hijab attire that covered her entire face, claiming to be a devout follower of Islam. AK stated that the hijab did not bother him and he viewed it as a sign of Kanza’s devotion to her faith. As they planned their wedding, Kanza mentioned she had no family to attend the ceremony, leading the couple to opt for a modest celebration at AK’s home on April 12.

Shockingly, the couple did not officially register their marriage certificate, and Kanza even brought five grams of gold as dowry to the wedding.

However, just 12 days into the marriage, AK made the startling discovery that his new spouse was, in fact, a man attempting to scam him.

Suspicion arose when AK noticed Kanza’s refusal to communicate with his family and her insistence on wearing the veiled attire even at home. Kanza also constantly made excuses to avoid intimacy after marriage, citing reasons ranging from her menstrual cycle to feeling unwell.

Deciding to investigate further, AK tracked down Kanza’s supposed family address, only to discover that she was not an orphan as she had claimed.

Her parents were alive and well and they disclosed that they were not aware of their “son-in-law”. The police later informed the groom that the scammer had married him to steal his family’s assets such as cash and ornaments.

The scammer has been arrested and facing fraud charges and can face up to four years of imprisonment.

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