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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Weirdest marriages

Here are some of the world's most bizarre marriages ever as compiled by MSN :

A woman who fell in love with a cobra has reportedly married the reptile at a traditional Hindu wedding celebrated by 2,000 guests in India's Orissa state.


Two seven-year-old girls, from the remote Pallipudupet village in Tamil Nadu's Villupuram district were married off to frogs in January 2009. The ceremony, an annual feature during the Pongal festival, was said "to prevent the outbreak of mysterious diseases in the village''.



A Japanese man, who only wanted to be known as "Sal9000", had fallen in-love with computer powered character, Nene Anegaski and decided to marry her.

"Her character changes to my liking as we talk and travel to different places", said Sal.

This unique couple was married by civil wedding in a ceremony that had 40 guests in a town near Tokyo, Japan.


In February 2006, a Sudanese man was forced to take a goat as his "wife", after he was caught having sex with the animal. He was also ordered by the goat's owner, Mr Alifi to pay a dowry of 15,000 Sudanese dinars.



Sharon Tendler, who was the first person to marry a dolphin, said it was love at first sight with Cindy. They got married in the southern Israeli port of Eilat in 2006. Sharon kissed Cindy, whispered "I love you" in his blow hole, and dived into the water to give the dolphin a hug.


Selva Kumar married a 10-year-old female dog named Selvi to atone for stoning to death two dogs he found engaging in mating when he was a teenager. "After that my legs and hands got paralyzed and I lost hearing in one ear," Kumar said. The groom also said that he would take care of it until its death.

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