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RANTHAMBORE: American singer Kate Perry and English comedian Russell Brand had an uninvited guest during their wedding celebrations here two days ago - a tiger.

Kate, Russell get uninvited guest for wedding

RANTHAMBORE: American singer Kate Perry and English comedian Russell Brand had an uninvited guest during their wedding celebrations here two days ago – a tiger.

“A tiger known as T24 gate-crashed the wedding venue with a prey around midnight when the celebrations were on. The guards had a difficult time shooing it away,” a security guard at the Aman-i-Khás resort said on the condition of anonymity.
“The tiger was only 50-75 feet away from the party venue when my colleagues managed to frighten him away,” the guard said. The particular tiger has been spotted in the past near the resort, he said.
A few days back he was seen with a prey – a ‘neel gai.’ Though forest officials are tight-lipped over the incident, the guard said that it seems that the tiger was attracted to the resort seeing the lights and smell of food. “Variety of dishes, including traditional Rajasthani, continental and Chinese food, were cooked for the guests,” he added.
The couple had a Hindu ritualistic wedding Saturday amid chanting of Vedic mantras. They took seven rounds around a holy fire and tied their
nuptial knots.
Aman-i-Khás, situated close to the Ranthmabore National Park, is a wilderness camp for travellers wishing to experience the natural beauty and rural life of Rajasthan.
The property sits on a gentle slope on the fringes of the park against a backdrop of hills. Native vegetation of tall grasses, scrub and trees surround the camp.
A watering hole is situated nearby.
Ranthambore is known for its tigers and is one of the best places in India to see these majestic predators in the jungle. The high-profile wedding ran into problems when paparazzi clashed with minders during a safari trip to Ranthambore.
 

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