Funny and Foolish youngsters

A medical doctor is engaged to be married to a girl who was an architect. After the engagement, the doctor pressured his fiancée to send nude photos of her. This man posted those photos on social media and sent them to many friends. Enraged, the fiancée confronted him, and he said: “It is just fun. Do not take it seriously.” The enraged girl called some of her friends and thrashed the doctor, he fell unconscious and was taken to the hospital. He died and the girl and friends were arrested for murder. (Times of India, 20 September 2022)
Honor: Marriage is the exalted, esteemed, and honorable covenant. “Let marriage be held in honor among all, and let the marriage bed be undefiled, for God will judge the sexually immoral and adulterous.” (Hebrews 13:4) However, this young doctor did not know that marriage is honorable and not fun.
Humiliation: The young man probably had the intention to make his fiancée a slave by humiliating her on social media. Common friends will look down upon her and he could portray himself as a benefactor and earn her as a perpetual slave.
Shamelessness: When Adam and Eve sinned in the Garden of Eden, they were ashamed and stitched fig leaves to cover themselves. (Genesis 3:7) God provided a leather garment to cover the first couple. Exposing the nude body to the public is a sin, shame, and dishonor. Even watching such pictures or pornography is the sin of adultery. (Matthew 5:28)
Violation of covenant: Marriage is a God-ordained covenant. The two persons become one body. Harming the spouse is a self-destructive act. This foolish young man violated the covenant by posting nude pictures of his fiancée.
Stupid: The young man did not know the purpose or meaning of marriage. It is in his understanding, a fun relationship with a hapless girl (a doll or a slave or robot). Hence, for him, marriage was a casual, not sacred relationship.
Invite beating: A fool invites beating. (Proverbs 18:6,7) No wonder, he was beaten up and sadly lost his life, and the fiancée her future.
Do I understand the sacredness of marriage?