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Finding love in unlikely places: bus captains tie the knot at Boon Lay interchange




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Bus Captains Siti Nur Farina and BC Mohammad Firdaus Jamli got married in September. They had their wedding photo shoot at the Boon Lay Bus Interchange where they first met.

SBS Transit Ltd., for whom Ms. Farina and Mr. Jami work, posted pictures from the photo shoot of the happy couple on their Facebook page, and netizens collectively went “…awwww.”

In less than a day, the post has been shared more than 500 times, which is understandable, since it provides a bit of good news in the midst of uncertainty.

SBS Transit captioned the photos with, “Work brought them together. And they decided over time to be together forever.

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“A (love) story developed right in our midst when Bus Captain (BC) Siti Nur Farina met BC Mohammad Firdaus Jamli at the Boon Lay Bus Interchange.

Heartiest congratulations to the happy couple who tied the knot last month!”


Some of their colleagues were the first to congratulate the couple

Other netizens quickly chimed in, charmed at their love story and photos


Other netizens couldn’t seem to resist gently poking fun at the couple, due to the nature of their work

One woman was just glad to be reading a positive article this week.

And another person suggested giving them a special vehicle for the marriage.

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