No escaping a determined women.

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  1. Must have been a interesting wedding night.

    Magali Jaskiewicz and Jonathan George had planned to wed at their local town hall in November 2008, but he was killed just two days before the ceremony in a motorcycle accident.

    Ms Jaskiewitz, 32, used a little-known section of the French civil code that allows posthumous marriages if all the formalities for the wedding were completed before one of the partners died, including the setting of a date.

    She proved to officials that she and Mr George had been living together since 2004 and that they shared a bank account.

    She also provided a photo of the wedding dress she had bought to wear to their wedding.

    Standing alone in the aisle at the town hall, she was "married" to Mr George at a ceremony attended by 30 family members and friends in the village of Dommary-Baroncourt, in eastern France, on Saturday. Around ten posthumous marriages are carried out each year in France, French interior ministry officials said.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/france/6581612/French-woman-marries-boyfriend-one-year-after-he-died.html
     
  2. Gremlin

    Gremlin LE Good Egg (charities)

    Got a video of the nuptials by any chance?
     
  3. how would one go about consummating ones marriage with a stiff?
     
  4. Gremlin

    Gremlin LE Good Egg (charities)

    Stay on Arrse for a while and you will read several graphic descriptions of how!
     
  5. Isn't that how everyone does it?
     
  6. I could help out with the stiff. :excited:
     
  7. :wink: Best done when rigor mortis is still present, but there are ways around that. :wink:
     
  8. Not the first woman to find the honeymoon a bit of an anticlimax.
     
  9. Poor sod. Not even the 'til death do us part' get-out.
     
  10. One thing about it, she won't have to worry about other women. :highfive:
     
  11. Banker

    Banker On ROPs

    Feck, I'd have though CONSENT was a big part of the marriage contract...........but apparently not.

    Bloke could have been about to do a runner.

    Bus?