They say every girl dreams of being a bride (well, when the militant feminists aren’t within earshot, they say that).
Every girl wants a special fairytale wedding, all her own, and all about her…groom optional. A fancy dress, a giant party, an exotic location…you might say it’s her human right. Okay, you might not– but only because you’re resisting the next round of societal evolution.
One unemployed woman has her heart set on a ‘fairy-tale church wedding’ – and believes the taxpayer should foot the bill as it is her “basic human right” to be a bride.
At 33-years old, Anna Broom has been on welfare ever since she was 19, when she was declared “too overweight to work.” Over the last 14 years, she’s claimed more than £100,000 from British taxpayers (about $150,000) in benefits.
Still not working, but now engaged, Miss Broom has requested that the public give her another £10,000 ($15,000) for her dream wedding and another $3000 or so for a honeymoon in Mexico. Because it’s her “basic human right” to be a bride.
The size 24 bride-to-be told the Daily Mail: “I’ve dreamed about being a bride since I was 12 years old. I deserve a fairy-tale church wedding and a party in a castle – but there’s no way I could afford it on benefits and I can’t work because I’m overweight,” she says.
“I want the taxpayer to fund my £10,000 dream wedding – it’s a basic human right to be a bride. I don’t see why I should have a small wedding at a registry office – I wouldn’t be able to fit in all my guests and a church wedding is far more romantic.”