Last week, we brought you the story of a bride who’s “24K” Hawaii wedding plans involved categorising her guests into weight.
But the saga has continued – and she now has allegedly hosted a “polygraph party” to find out which of her friends leaked her viral Facebook post to the internet.
In case you missed it, an unnamed American bride, whose Facebook post was shared on Reddit before being spread widely, specified guests commit to wearing not one, but two very specific outfits to her wedding in Hawaii next year.
The first outfit requirements for a “synchronised” dance routine were set according to weight, with women under 71kg wearing bright colours and women over 71kg dressed in black, and men similarly split.
The Facebook post – intended for guests’ eyes only – also went into great detail about how the next outfit should be worth at least $1000.
And the bride was not too pleased when she saw her requests go viral, with another leaked Facebook post claiming she held a party involving a lie detector to find out who shared the story.
After using a US$99 lie detector on her friends, asking questions like “Did you leak my dress code to the internet?” and “Do you secretly hate me?” the bride found her “snitch”.
“Friends, it is with only the deepest joy that I can announce the identification of the snitch,” she told her guests in a follow-up Facebook post. “My former friend, Stephanie was immediately removed from my property.
“She confessed to leaking my posts and ridiculing me online.
The bride then used the opportunity to remind male guests under 90kg to buy their "soda hats", which she has graciously allowed to be substituted for "helicopter hats"