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Mom gave her son a prom with camels and luxury cars for $ 25 000


Source: NBC New York

A resident of Philadelphia, 43-year-old Saudi Schuler decided to arrange for her son an unusual prom, writes NBC New York.

At first, Saudi wanted to send her son, Johnny Eden, Jr., to celebrate graduation from school in Dubai, but then decided to bring Dubai to Philadelphia. To do this, she ordered 3 tons of sand and a camel, several luxury cars, in particular Rolls Royce and Lamborghini.

In addition, for the hero of the occasion, 3 of various costumes was custom-made by a stylist. Styles By Chey.

And during the evening, Johnny Eden managed to try on them all. The most unexpected gift was a cake in the form of the Koran.

Saudi Schuler explained her strange act to the fact that she had been sick a lot in recent years - struggled with cancer, had a stroke and promised herself that if she could cope, she would arrange for her son to have such a prom that he would remember for the rest of his life.

In the life of Saudi Schuler there were many other tragic events. In 2007, she was hit by a car and had to leave her favorite job as a hairdresser. Before that, another misfortune happened to her - she lost a child.

In 2015, she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Schuler underwent several operations. When Saudi went to the amendment, she began to save money to keep the promise she made to herself.

Now Saudi Shuler owns a restaurant Country cookin in north philadelphia
Estimates for the entire holiday amounted to $ 25 thousand, but Saudi says that the joy of her son is priceless.
The very hero of the occasion said:

“At first it seemed to me that this is a bust, I don’t really like the increased attention to me, but it was worth it. It was epic. ”

In the fall, Johnny plans to start studying at the University of Delaware.

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