Lady travels over 3,000 miles to attend Scots marriage ceremony – solely to seek out out she’s on the unsuitable one

A WOMAN made an enormous blunder after travelling over 3,000 miles to attend a marriage in Scotland – solely to understand that she was on the unsuitable one.

Arti Mala had made the 12-hour flight from her residence in Washington, D.C. within the USA to Glasgow on Saturday to attend the marriage of her good friend Gaurav.

Nevertheless, upon arriving at Pollokshaws Burgh Corridor, Glasgow, Arti quickly hilariously found she was not in reality attending Gaurav’s marriage ceremony, however the ceremony of two strangers referred to as Caitlin and Stephen.

A video reveals Arti’s gaffe in its entirety, and begins together with her trying mortified as she stares on the digital camera.

The on-screen textual content reads: “POV: You travelled greater than 3,000 miles and by chance confirmed as much as the unsuitable marriage ceremony.”

Arti dons a inexperienced conventional Punjabi gown because the digital camera pans spherical to point out the welcome signal at Pollok Home which reads: “Caitlin and Stephen. 12.08.2023. Thanks for sharing our big day with us.”

The digital camera then zooms out to point out Caitlin’s brother with a pint in his hand as he drunkenly jests: “You’ve come to Scotland from America and got here to the unsuitable marriage ceremony.”

Arti is left in matches of giggles as she replies: “Yeah. It’s true.”

Stephen, the groom, chimes in because the digital camera pans onto him: “My marriage ceremony”

He then factors to his bride Caitlin and says: “And her marriage ceremony, really.”

Arti was let red-faced when she found her blunder. (C) Arti Mala.

Arti is choked with laughter as she says: “I’m on the unsuitable marriage ceremony!”

The digital camera then pans to point out a red-faced Arti, who seems to be within the Uber.

The on-screen textual content reads: “Lastly caught an Uber to the suitable marriage ceremony, missed the speeches, although.”

The digital camera then reveals the right marriage ceremony, the place visitors are clad in kilts and conventional Punjabi outfits, dancing in a conga line as a mixture of Scottish and Punjabi music performs within the background.

Displayed textual content reads: “Scottish fam understood the project.”

Arti’s mistake got here when, upon ordering an Uber from her Airbnb, she had set the vacation spot as Pollokshaws Burgh Corridor in Glasgow’s Southside.

Nevertheless, the marriage she was in search of was in reality happening on the equally named Pollokshields Burgh Corridor.

Fortunately, the right venue was only a six-minute drive away which means that after a chuckle with the couple whose marriage ceremony she’d inadvertently crashed, Arti was capable of hop again into an Uber to the right place.

The correct wedding.
Pictured: The best marriage ceremony, (C) Arti Mala.

Arti took to social media to share the footage on Monday, writing: “Congratulations, Caitlin and Stephen. Thanks for being such good sports activities and alluring me in for a drink.”

The video acquired over 34,200 likes and dozens of feedback from viewers left in stitches by Arti’s slip-up.

One individual wrote: “Someplace on this story is your future husband, even in the event you’ve acquired one now.”

One other stated: “Pollokshaws Borough Corridor and Pollokshields Borough Corridor. Simple mistake to make.”

A 3rd joked: “You Outlandered your self.”

A fourth added: “”The (well mannered) Wedding ceremony Crasher’ would make a tremendous film.”

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