HE Punjab and Haryana High Court last week dismissed a petition filed by a woman lawyer seeking action against Prince Harry for failing to keep his alleged promise to marry the petitioner.
Justice Arvind Singh Sangwan described the petition as a “daydreamer’s fantasy”.
“This petition, though very poorly drafted, both grammatically and lacking the knowledge of pleadings, speaks about some emails between the petitioner and Prince Harry, in which the person, sending the email, has stated that he promises to marry soon”, the court recorded in its order.
P&H High Court dismisses a plea seeking action against Prince Harry for failing to keep his alleged promise to marry the petitioner. The court describes the petition as a “daydreamer's fantasy”. pic.twitter.com/fKwj65Pr1C
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On a query from the judges, whether the petitioner had ever traveled to the United Kingdom, the petitioner stated that she had only conversed with someone who identified themselves as Prince Harry on social media, where she had even sent messages to Prince Charles that his son (Prince Harry) was engaged to her.
The court opined that given the number of fake IDs in cyberspace, this so-called Prince Harry may just be someone sitting in a cyber cafe in a village in Punjab, looking for greener pastures.
It dismissed the plea but not before expressing its sympathy for the petitioner for believing that such a fake conversation could be true.