A bogus Nigerian bride Uzoma Onwuha, 30, and groom and Robert Horvath, 35, have been jailed after rounding up guests for their sham wedding from a local bus stop.
The fake couple exchanged vows at Cardiff register office, in front of strangers they'd met on the way to their ceremony in Cardiff, Wales after Onwuha had paid Horvath £1,000 to marry her so that she could get the necessary paperwork to stay in Britain.
Staff at the register office soon became suspicious because the 'couple' couldn’t give basic details about each other.
Later, a police investigation showed that one guest revealed that he was invited after the pair found him at a bus stop nearby.
Cardiff Crown court heard that as soon as their big day was over the newlyweds went their separate ways.
Onwuha caught a bus back to her home in London alone where she was arrested.
Meanwhile, Horvath was seized in a raid on his home in Newport, South Wales, where he was found living with another woman.