Zayn Malik’s sister’s wedding video shows guests breaking coronavirus rules before party was shut down by police

ZAYN Malik's sister's wedding video shows her guests breaking coronavirus rules before the party was shut down by police.

The short clip sees guests congregating and hugging outdoors in Tier 3 Bradford.

Waliyha and her ex-convict husband Junaid Khan's big day was "broken up by police" for breaching the strict rules, according to reports.

The homemade footage also shows the build up to the ceremony including bride Waliyha stopping off in Asda just minutes before it took place.

And there's a shot inside the colourful wedding marquee, as well as the reception with extravagant cocktails.

The Sun revealed that 27-year-old Zayn had missed 22-year-old Waliyha's big day – which she went ahead with despite family protests.




It was then reported that the 40-guest bash flouted lockdown rules amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic – and was broken up by police.

The do took place at Zayn's sister Saffa's Bradford home, with the city currently in Tier 3 – only allowing wedding ceremonies with up to 15 people, and receptions banned entirely.

MailOnline reported that neighbours called officers, who turned up at the event at 6pm – with a number of people issued fines.

A police spokesman told the publication: "Police attended an address just after 6pm on Saturday evening following a report of a large party.



"A group of people were fined inside the address and fixed penalty notices were issued as a breach of coronavirus restrictions had been committed."

We previously told how Zayn and his dad Yaser skipped the bash, with the father of the bride concerned about 24-year-old Junaid's criminal past.

The groom was was jailed for five years in 2017 for a “chilling” carjacking on the driveway of an elderly woman.


A source told us: “No one is happy about her marrying him after what he did.

“He’s a thug. This isn’t in his past — he’s only just got out of prison.”

Khan and Adam Takolia, 20, followed the victim in a Seat Leon Cupra to her home in Skipton.


They leapt out wearing balaclavas and threatened her with a screwdriver.

Judge Jonathan Durham Hall QC said at the time: “You targeted a vulnerable lady on her own.

“At her home, in her drive alone and you ­carried out your planned expedition with a degree of skill that is chilling. And you have shown no remorse, not one iota.”

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