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Couple Pose In Coffins And Have ‘fake Cremation’ In Grave-themed Wedding Shoot

A 32-year-old Thai graphics designer Nonts Kongchaw and his female partner posed inside a coffin for a morbid funeral themed pre-wedding shoot.

The pre-wedding photoshoot trended on Facebook after the photos were shared tens of thousands of times.

The groom can be seen in the sensational images wearing a silver suit in various scenes in a graveyard alongside his partner, who is wearing a long white wedding dress.

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The pair can be seen leaning against a column tombstone behind a sign that simply reads: “Marry Me” in one of the images.

more daring pose has the gothic-inlfuenced pair laying down inside a coffin while the woman draws a silk covering over Nonts, who is clutching a bouquet, while another sees her visit him as he is cremated.

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The provocative stunt has whipped up quite a stir among netizens in Thailand, with many seeing the photographs as disrespectful, and others saying they would lead to a curse being placed upon the marital bond.

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