By Steve Osaka
A rare moment was witnessed at a wedding ceremony in Montego Bay, St James in Jamaica when couples brandished guns while kissing after sharing their wedding vows.
The wedding is said to have taken place over the weekend.
Other men who were part of the congregation were also spotted donning police uniforms and vests marked ‘Police’.
The Assistant Commissioner of Police in Montego Bay Clifford Chambers said a high level of investigation is underway to ascertain the identities of the gun totting newly-weds.
The investigation will be a wide scope as it will not only target the couple but also the congregants who were in police gear.
“For now, an internal probe is on and at the end of it I am certain that from the evidence that presented itself, a decision will be made within the context of the Jamaican Constabulary Force (JCF) protocols that govern the conduct of the members,” said the Police Chief.
He also noted that the groom and bride were serving members of the Jamaican Constabulary Force, this however does not give them immunity for their conduct.
Once the probe is complete appropriate punishment will be served.
The two risk a reprimand or possible dismissal.