Man Marries Dog
Man And Woman trying To marries dog now a day An Australian man Joseph Guiso has taken marrying your "best friend" to a whole new level. He's now hitched to his dog.Human-animal marriage is not recognized in law by any country
Joseph Guiso, 20, married his 5-year-old golden Labrador Retriever named "Honey" in an elaborate wedding ceremony at a park in Toowoomba.
Thirty of Guiso's friends and family attended the ceremony, which concluded with the groom getting down on one knee and planting a kiss on his four-legged bride.
"You're my best friend and you make every part of my day better," Guiso told Honey, according to the New York Daily News.
Animal rights groups in Australia have disapproved of the wedding.
Guiso says the relationship is purely platonic and that the wedding was a light-hearted way to celebrate with friends.
Human- Dog marriage
June 2003 - a nine year old Indian girl of the Santal (or 'Santhal') tribe of Khanyhan, near Calcutta was formally married to a dog, in order to ward off a bad omen. The wedding was attended by more than one hundred guests, who danced to the beating of drums and drank home-made liquor. The girl told Western press, "I have no regret in marrying the dog Bacchan. I am fond of the dog who moves around our locality " and tribal elders added she was free to remarry a human in future as an adult.
November 2007 - A man in southern India married a female dog in a traditional Hindu ceremony as an attempt to atone for stoning two other dogs to death — an act he believes cursed him. Selva kumar, 33, told the paper he had been suffering since he stoned two dogs to death and hung their bodies from a tree 15 years prior.
February 2009 - An infant boy was married off to his neighbors' dog in eastern India by villagers who said it will stop the groom from being killed by wild animals. The boy will still be able to marry a human bride in the future without filing for divorce.
November 2010 - A young Toowoomba man tied the knot with his best friend – a five-year-old labrador.
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