Prince Harry agreed to 'MARRY ME': Furious woman lawyer duped by conman on social media wants royal ARRESTED

The judge hearing the lawyer's petition said: 'I find that this petition is nothing, but just a day-dreamer’s fantasy about marrying Prince Harry'


                            Prince Harry agreed to 'MARRY ME': Furious woman lawyer duped by conman on social media wants royal ARRESTED
Punjab woman says Prince Harry promised to marry her (Getty Images)

A woman from Punjab, India, has recently filed a petition against Prince Harry in the Punjab and Haryana High Court, alleging that he promised to marry her and the complaint came as a result of him not fulfilling that promise. The petitioner, Palwinder Singh an advocate by profession, also claimed that she had this conversation with the prince over social media, and asked the court to direct the United Kingdom Police Cell to take action against him.

Palwinder filed the petition and in fact, appeared for the hearing herself. The court noted that the petition was poorly drafted and mentioned emails that were allegedly sent by Prince Harry, wherein he had stated that he promised to marry the petitioner soon. Justice Arvind Singh Sangwan, the judge managing this issue, rejected the petition on the grounds of social media interactions and how they cannot be valid in court. In his judgment, Justice Sangwan also stated, "After hearing the petitioner in person, I find that this petition is nothing, but just a day-dreamer’s fantasy about marrying Prince Harry."

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He also added, "In view of the above, this Court finds no ground to entertain this petition and can only show its sympathy for the petitioner that she has believed such fake conversation to be true." He further noted that the petitioner might have had a conversation with a fake ID, which might have led to this confusion.

Activist Sonam Mahajan tweeted: "Punjab HC dismisses petition of one Palwinder Kaur who wanted the UK police to punish Prince Harry for not marrying her after making promises on social media. The judge showed sympathy for Kaur, saying her so-called Prince may be sitting in a cyber cafe of a village in Punjab." Another one sarcastically said: "I will file petition to take action against Taylor Swift, Scarlett Johannsson, Margot Robbie, Kristen Stewart, Emma Roberts and Emma Watson, for not fulfilling an alleged promise to marry me. But why court listens to them? waste of time when serious cases are pending."



 

 



 

 

Another one said: "Hahahahahahahaha, epic! That this case was admitted and heard is quite...umm...special." One surprised person said: "whaaat!!! case against prince harry in punjab publicity stunt hasno end."