Naked man disrupts wedding

By Gail Chai

A church wedding that was proceeding smoothly was ruined by the appearance of an unwanted guest.

Totally naked, a man opened the large window shutters behind the priest officiating the ceremony.

The wedding, which appeared to be in Australia, came to a halt and buzz could be heard among the crowd as they stared at the man brazenly baring it all.

After a few moments, the bride could be heard saying, "Get him out, please get him out."

The flasher then obligingly closed the shutters, but appeared again seconds later for his "final show", causing the exasperated bride to say "get out" even louder than before.

The man then closed the shutters again but distraught the bride buried her face in her hands.

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