This Friday, a wedding celebrated in Villeurbanne (Rhône) began with… overflowing joy.
A procession of large cars helped block streets and access to the ring road at Porte de Croix Luizet.
Mortar fire worried the residents, who warned the municipality.
The elected official of the City who was to celebrate the ceremony had to interrupt it for an hour and a half, the time that several participants left the place.
The wedding has resumed with the number of guests limited to ten per groom.
The town hall of Villeurbanne published a press release to remind that "these celebrations cannot take place to the detriment of security and public tranquility".
Several violations were detected thanks to surveillance cameras.
Lawsuits are being considered.
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