A lawyer tried to take Prince Harry to court for allegedly going back on his word to marry her, after she was catfished by a fake royal on social media.
Lawyer Palwinder Kaur insists she was talking to the real Prince when she was approached by a man who proposed marriage after a few weeks of online chat.
She even demanded Indian authorities issue an international arrest warrant for the Duke of Sussex so police could apprehend Harry and he could be forced to carry out his promise of marriage "without further delay".
Strangely the petition she filed was against "Prince Harry Middleton", which conflates the Harry with his brother's wife Kate.
Her bizarre effort got as far as the Punjab and Haryana High Court in Indian before it was shot down by a judge who branded the whole saga as a "fantasy".
Kaur's petition stated: "Prayer in this petition filed by the petitioner, who is an advocate is appearing in person, is to take legal action against Prince Harry Middleton son of Prince Charles Middleton resident of the United Kingdom and to direct the United Kingdom Police to take action against him, as, despite a promise to marry the petitioner, the said promise has not been fulfilled."
Questioned by the judge Mr Justice Arvind Singh Sangwan, she admitted that she had never been to the UK or met the Duke.
The lawyer accepted all their contact had been over email and social media.
Kaur added she had taken the 'reluctant' step of demanding the court act after also writing to his father, Prince Charles to inform him 'Harry' was engaged to her and was not honouring his promise.
The court rejected the application saying it was not proven that she had been speaking to Prince Harry.
Justice Arvind Singh Sangwan was sympathetic but urged her to be sure of who she was speaking to online.
He pointed out that many fake profiles exist on social media and to take steps to ensure she wasn't being catfished.
"I find that this petition is nothing, but just a day-dreamer's fantasy about marrying Prince Harry," NTDV reported the the judge as saying.
"This petition, though very poorly drafted, both grammatically and lacking the knowledge of pleadings, speaks about some emails between the petitioner and Prince Harry, in which the person, sending the email, has stated that he promised to marry soon.
"There is every possibility that the so-called Prince Harry may be sitting in a cyber cafe of a village in Punjab, looking for greener pastures for himself."