Following the news of the couple that married on the wreckage of the Titanic - you know the ship from that movie with Leonardo DiCaprio in it - The Action Battle team presents the Top 10 weirdest places people have gotten hitched - as originally compiled by Listverse.
1. On top of Mt. Everest - A couple from Nepal actually got married on the peak of the highest mountain in the world. Would have been a chilly reception.
2. A garbage dump - An American couple actually got hitched in the middle of a garbage dump in - it's where they originally met, so it had a stinky symbolism about it.
3. In the nuddy - Whilst it's technically not a place, it would be an impressive sight to see. You and your closest friends in the buff while you exchange vows. Ahh no thanks.
4. Under the Sea - Little Mermaid fans rejoice, a couple actually got married under the sea at a scuba centre in Florida. Kooky.
5. In Hell - No, not really, but there's a novelty place called The Seven Floors Of Hell that actually features real coffins and cobwebs.
6. On wheels - A tricky businessman converted a retro car into a portable chapel - so for the time poor you can get hitched while you're on the road to your next meeting.
7. On a plane - Not for the faint-hearted, but a couple in the UK 'wing-walked' their vows, meaning they actually walked on the wings of a plane in midflight. Sure it was flying low to the ground and they were strapped in, but still scary.
8. At the circus - We don't think that's really weird at all, but a couple in the US got married at the circus - all their guests dressed as clowns - which made it extra fun, but no word on if a lion was involved.
9. At McDonalds - Or any fast food restaurant to be precise. Imagine looking longingly into the eyes of your future spouse while they chow down on a yumy burger. Yes, several couples have done this before.
10. Bungee Jumping Brides - A couple said 'I Do' when really they should be screaming 'Oh god help me please!'. This couple actually got married mid bungee jump - a guaranted rush of blood to the head indeed.