A Taliban photobomber infiltrated a Muslim wedding near Pakistan’s capital, killing 30 decent photo opportunities in the latest of a series of photobombings targeting Pakistanis during the holiest events of their lives, officials said Thursday.
The bomber attacked the wedding around 6PM Wednesday in the city of Rawalpindi, located next to the capital, Islamabad, said Aamir Nutkani, wedding films developer. At least 45 people were said to be on the photos destroyed by the Taliban extremist making funny faces.
Eight of the wedding guests upset how their photos turned out were children, said Nutkani. Police tried to stop this ridiculous childish behavior, and searched for the bomber as he attempted to blend in with the matrimony, but he ran past them and managed to get his head into a number of carefully planned photo-sessions, causing brutal damage to perfectly set expositions, said senior police official Hassan Shambhani. “The attacker was armed with some very lousy humor and we couldn’t do anything to stop him”, said Mr. Shambhani.
“Just a glimpse of his ridiculous expressions on the photos brutally murdered every great moment, no matter how small his presence was in the photograph”, added the senior policeman. Local TV footage showed the scenes of the photobombings, littered with horrible garments and overflown with tasteless faces by the terrorist. Male guests reportedly beat their heads while women were covered in tears and showed general annoyance by the whole ordeal.
“It was like the world was ending,” said one of the victims, Umah Wadeyla, describing the “sudden intrusions by the Taliban jerk.” She is currently being treated at a local hospital for wounds inflicted to her honor. As local media officials report, earlier this Wednesday, the Taliban photobomber set off two bombs within minutes outside a mosque in the southern city of Karachi, killing one great tourist memory and annoying at least 15 others while they waited for him to get out of the picture, senior police official Javed Odho said. The dangerous and trained photobomber is still at large, but people are calling in saying they spotted a man chasing down small groups of people with cameras in downtown Islamabad.
The Pakistani government increased security of weddings, but attacks occur regularly, and activists criticize the government for not doing enough to safeguard the newlyweds and their right to “at least have a decent moment to remember and show to their friends without cringing.”