Muhammad Ramadan's son-in-law arrested hours after the wedding

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Egyptian News Vision // The police arrested the husband of the Egyptian artist, Mohamed Ramadan, hours after his wedding ceremony in the Sheikh Zayed region, south of Cairo.

The police ended the ceremony and transferred the attendees to the police station, "against the background of failure to observe the precautionary measures imposed by the government to besiege the Coronavirus.

After investigating the owners of the wedding ceremony, they left the police station, and the husband acknowledged that the wedding ceremony was inside his home, and he confined himself to the family of the newlyweds only, taking into account the precautionary measures.

Muhammad Ramadan posted footage of the ceremony, wearing a muzzle with his sister, the bride, and while some pictures circulating on social media showed that the newlyweds and a number of guests were committed to wearing masks, other pictures showed them without them.

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