Zayn Malik's sister's wedding to ex-convict was 'broken up by police' as 40-guest bash flouts lockdown rules
ZAYN Malik's sister's wedding to ex-convict Junaid Khan was "broken up by police", according to reports.
Yesterday, 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.
Now it has been 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 report 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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