Those looking to get married at an idyllic Greek monastery will be heading somewhere else.
A bishop has banned civil weddings at an island chapel after a British couple posed for a photo appearing to show oral sex after pledging their lives to each other.
Metropolitan Kyrillos of Rhodes gave his decree for the monastery of St. Paul on Thursday, according to local media, saying that he cannot allow “desecration” of the sacred site despite profit from hosting nuptials.
Outrage in the Aegean came after Matthew and Carly Lunn, from Birmingham, U.K., traveled to the island with family and friends last month for their ceremony.
Afterward, their social media included a snap, since taken down, of the bride on her knees in front of her new husband’s groin, with the groom’s bare butt in full view and his underwear around his ankles.
Their loved ones thought the picture was…