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Newlyweds Tracked Down By Netizens For Their Unique Wedding Night Celebration

The people on the internet tracked down the couple which caught its interest after they were spotted celebrating their wedding night at a Warehouse Project.

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The people on the internet tracked down the couple which caught its interest after they were spotted celebrating their wedding night at a Warehouse Project. A fellow party-goer had posted a picture of the couple, still in a wedding dress on December 28, and it was a matter of weeks, before the founder of the project, Sacha Lord was involved in the 'internet-hunt'. However, on January 5, St Ann's Manchester church replied to the tweet revealing their names as Lewis Brett and Victoria Bolstridge. 

The party-goer, Jordan Louise was the first one to spot Brett at a party in Manchester dressed in a navy suit, when Louise jokingly asked if he had been to a wedding, Brett introduced Louise to Bolstridge, his newlywed wife.

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Sacha Lord was made aware

Sacha Lord had also shared the post asking about the identity of the couple after the post being sent to him a 'number of times' and the Facebook post by Louise was shared more than a thousand times, with people constantly 'amazed' by the 'raver couple'.

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The 'hunt' finally came to an end on Sunday and the founder of Warehouse Project has also promised the couple a 'wedding gift' who are currently on their honeymoon.

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