A sheriff invited guests to his wedding in the best way he knew how.
Rather than send out a traditional invite, the law enforcer and his wife-to-be issued their friends and family with a highly realistic spoof summons:
At first glance, the fake “Notice to Appear” bears a striking resemblance to a citation. But on closer inspection, it’s clear that it’s actually an invite to the nuptials of Matt and Nancy on April 14.
Reddit user Exsupervillain shared two photographs of the invite online Thursday, and the images are now going viral. “My aunt is marrying a sheriff,” the Redditor wrote. “Their invitation nearly gave everyone a heart attack.”
Not much else is known about the invite, nor about the couple who sent it out or even if it’s genuine. The Huffington Post has reached out for further information.
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