A couple in Shanghai had a helicopter land in the middle of a street in Shanghai to fly them to their wedding, disrupting traffic for about an hour, mainland media reported. Internet users in the city said the landing caused a traffic jam near Nanyuan Road on Sunday as security guards sealed off part of the road. ‘I don’t understand the world of the filthy rich’: gold-filled wedding with ‘emperor’ groom mocked online in China The authorities had agreed to the flight and granted permits, an official working for the wedding planning company told Shanghai TV. The couple, who were not named, were seen smiling as they boarded the helicopter to fly them away. Guests at rival Chinese weddings in four-hour street battle with knives and flaming fireworks Some internet users said the couple’s parents could spend their money however they wanted, but permission for such landings should be given sparingly because of the disruption caused to others. In traditional Chinese weddings, the groom’s family pick up the bride from her family home by car.