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Mayor of San Pedro Huamelula, a city in Mexico,
Joel Vazquez Rojas, on Tuesday tied the knot
with an alligator princess named María Isabel in a
traditional ceremony that attracted hundreds of
guests who watched and cheered in excitement.
The annual ceremony is meant to bring plenty of
fish, shrimp and seafood to the fishermen who
live in the Pacific coast town.
It was busy day for the lucky alligator, as not
only did she walk down the aisle dressed in
traditional white garb and with a very large piece
of duct tape around her deadly mouth, she was
also baptised prior to the festivities.
The ceremony happens every year, and Mayor
Rojas even exchanges vows with the reptiles
during the event, odditycentral.comreports.
And like all wedding parties, this one was
followed by a massive ceremony where the
newlywed princess alligator changed into more
colorful attire and was held by her new husband
as he danced and swung her around the floor.
Previous alligator wives and Rojas’ human wife
had no problem welcoming this new ‘lady’ into
the family. The ceremony and reception, which
also featured fireworks to mark the momentous
occasion, was all paid for by the town council.
Mayor of San Pedro Huamelula, a city in Mexico,
Joel Vazquez Rojas, on Tuesday tied the knot
with an alligator princess named María Isabel in a
traditional ceremony that attracted hundreds of
guests who watched and cheered in excitement.
The annual ceremony is meant to bring plenty of
fish, shrimp and seafood to the fishermen who
live in the Pacific coast town.
It was busy day for the lucky alligator, as not
only did she walk down the aisle dressed in
traditional white garb and with a very large piece
of duct tape around her deadly mouth, she was
also baptised prior to the festivities.
The ceremony happens every year, and Mayor
Rojas even exchanges vows with the reptiles
during the event, odditycentral.com reports.
And like all wedding parties, this one was
followed by a massive ceremony where the
newlywed princess alligator changed into more
colorful attire and was held by her new husband
as he danced and swung her around the floor.
Previous alligator wives and Rojas’ human wife
had no problem welcoming this new ‘lady’ into
the family. The ceremony and reception, which
also featured fireworks to mark the momentous
occasion, was all paid for by the town council.
Mayor of San Pedro Huamelula, a city in Mexico,
Joel Vazquez Rojas, on Tuesday tied the knot
with an alligator princess named María Isabel in a
traditional ceremony that attracted hundreds of
guests who watched and cheered in excitement.
The annual ceremony is meant to bring plenty of
fish, shrimp and seafood to the fishermen who
live in the Pacific coast town.
It was busy day for the lucky alligator, as not
only did she walk down the aisle dressed in
traditional white garb and with a very large piece
of duct tape around her deadly mouth, she was
also baptised prior to the festivities.
The ceremony happens every year, and Mayor
Rojas even exchanges vows with the reptiles
during the event, odditycentral.com reports.
And like all wedding parties, this one was
followed by a massive ceremony where the
newlywed princess alligator changed into more
colorful attire and was held by her new husband
as he danced and swung her around the floor.
Previous alligator wives and Rojas’ human wife
had no problem welcoming this new ‘lady’ into
the family. The ceremony and reception, which
also featured fireworks to mark the momentous
occasion, was all paid for by the town council.
Mayor of San Pedro Huamelula, a city in Mexico,
Joel Vazquez Rojas, on Tuesday tied the knot
with an alligator princess named María Isabel in a
traditional ceremony that attracted hundreds of
guests who watched and cheered in excitement.
The annual ceremony is meant to bring plenty of
fish, shrimp and seafood to the fishermen who
live in the Pacific coast town.
It was busy day for the lucky alligator, as not
only did she walk down the aisle dressed in
traditional white garb and with a very large piece
of duct tape around her deadly mouth, she was
also baptised prior to the festivities.
The ceremony happens every year, and Mayor
Rojas even exchanges vows with the reptiles
during the event, odditycentral.com reports.
And like all wedding parties, this one was
followed by a massive ceremony where the
newlywed princess alligator changed into more
colorful attire and was held by her new husband
as he danced and swung her around the floor.
Previous alligator wives and Rojas’ human wife
had no problem welcoming this new ‘lady’ into
the family. The ceremony and reception, which
also featured fireworks to mark the momentous
occasion, was all paid for by the town councilthe ceremony

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