The Czech Republic married a Pakistani: Serious accident and injury!

“I miss my family and my home, but I won’t fly without a husband.” she told plainly to reporters from Daily Pakistan A Czech woman (65) who flew to an Asian country more than 2 months ago to meet a young man (23) who confessed his love to her via the Internet.

At the airport in Lahore, she first saw a man with whom she decided to reunite her life. She has married him and plans to return home with him as soon as she obtains the necessary documents. The former Czech teacher confided that she had previously taught German and English, but had to end her career. “Two years ago, I had a serious car accident in which I broke my spine, I can’t teach anymore.” she said in the interview, which otherwise garnered quite contradictory reactions on the Internet.

Some viewers wish the couple only the best and believe that they will find their way to happiness, but others believe that Abdullah does not have the purest intentions with his chosen one. “I’m sorry about the poor lady, she’s in love and the boy is shaking her head because of the visas.” one of the spectators is convinced and many others share her opinion with various variations. The newlyweds also respond to this by not hesitating to ask for large sums for an interview in which they would reveal information about their relationship.

However, the relationship is unequal not only by age, but also given that, according to a Lightning source in Pakistan, Abdullah has almost no education compared to his wife. But the woman believes that love will cross every chasm, and says: “It’s a very strong love, and we have no problem with that.”

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