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    Published On : Wed, Feb 3rd, 2016

    Estranged couple turns to Facebook to find new love, ends up meeting each other

    facebook-logoSome unions, clearly, are not made in heaven.

    A squabbling couple which had gone their separate ways, unable to deal with unending fights, took to Facebook to find new love and a fresh start to their shattered lives. However, little did they know that even after using pseudonyms to hook up with a partner they would end up with each other again.
    Cops said chances of this happening were “very, very negligible” in the real world. But as a policeman chuckled, “Such things happen when your luck is bad.”

    It so happened that a husband and wife in Bareilly (names withheld) changed their identities on FB to hook up “with someone better”. After browsing on the site for months, the man found somebody “very interesting”. Around the same time, his wife too met an “exciting prospect” on the net. The chats started soon and, about three months later, the “boy and girl” decided to meet.

    A day was fixed, a time set and a restaurant agreed upon. It was an old favourite at the Aub Khan crossing in Bareilly. But when the hour arrived, and as luck would have it, the two were aghast to find out that they had in fact been chatting with each other.

    Needless to say, an argument broke out immediately, much to the amusement of guests and staffers at the eatery. It soon escalated into something the onlookers could not handle. Cops were called in to intervene. However, cops who had rushed in to mollify the two realised there was actually no sections the fighting duo could be booked under. So they did the next best thing and sent the couple for yet another round of counselling at the Family Counselling Centre.

    Circle officer at the Kotwali thana Mukul Dwivedi said, “It was a purely a personal matter and no police complaint was filed. So there is very little to say about the incident. Yes, the matter is once again with the Family Counselling Center.”

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