10 of the most bizarre weddings around the world
Several couples have flaunted their love for their significant other while some walked down the aisle in a hush-hush manner...but there were some who had unconventional approach to life. Emily Mabou of Aburi, Ghana, married her 18-month-old dog in a
For the love of one’s own self we tend to do a lot of things but this one is one of its kind. A woman in Houston married herself as she promised few years ago that if she found no one by the age of 40, she would do this thing solo. Yasmin Eleby
An eccentric American named Dauveed married the love of his life- a mannequin. He even phoned a media company and asked them to record the fake matrimonial proceedings. He has often been spotted walking around Hollywood with his lady love, Clara.
As the saying goes, love is blind, right? A man named Sal9000 married Nene Anegasaki in Japan on November, 2009. And she lives inside of a Nintendo DS video game called Love Plus.
We understand love for animals, but considering marriage with pets is a different thing altogether. A 39 year old German man, Uwe Mitzscherlich went ahead with his decision of marrying his ailing cat named Cecilia. He married his cat after the
Secretly we all are in love with our beds. But Lee Jin-gyu’s took it quite literally when he married his beloved pillow. The pillow has an image of Fate Testarossa and he is so obsessed with his new-found love that he takes it everywhere.
Amy Wolfe, 33, a US church organist who claims to have objectum sexuality, a condition that makes sufferers attracted to inanimate objects, married a magic carpet fairground ride.
As bizarre as it gets, a French law allows posthumous marriages as long as evidence exists that the deceased person had the intention while alive of wedding their partner. Magali Jaskiewicz used the law to wed the dead father of her two children.
It was love at first sight for Sharon Tendler and Cindy (dolphin). Sharon took the plunge and popped the question in January, 2006. And they married in a modest ceremony at Dolphin Reef in the southern Israeli port of Eilat, Tendler.
A former soldier, Erika La Tour Eiffel from San Francisco claimed she fell in love with the Eiffel Tower. Little did anyone know that she was so committed that she went on to exchange vows and even change her surname.