A bizarre wedding photo of a just- married couple appears to show the bride performing a sex act on the groom - which one of their own mothers suggested to as an idea to the photographer.
The picture shows the bride dressed in a traditional white gown down on her knees in a patch of forest.
The groom, dressed in a blue suit, is seen standing in front of the bride with his trousers down around his ankles - seemingly watching over his new wife performing a sex act on him.
"Luckily they already exchanged their wedding vows and they were officially married."
The highly unusual wedding photo of the unnamed Dutch couple went viral in the Netherlands - and quickly attracted more than 27,000 likes.
Michel Klooster is the photographer of one of the most bizarre wedding pictures ever taken - and he fiercely defends it.
He said he already got three requests of other couples if he could take a similar "b*** j** picture".
According to Klooster, it is a picture which is merely suggesting that something exciting is happening.
He said he saw a similar picture once on an American website, and thought it was a funny idea.
Klooster, who has been working as a professional photographer for eight years, said he is quite open-minded but at times does have to tell his clients "no" when the work becomes too pornographic.
Klooster said: "I don't want private parts visible on the picture, but everything that creates the impression is interesting."
Perhaps the most bizarre aspect of the picture is that one of the mothers of the couple came up with the idea, although it is unclear which one.
Kloosters said: "They were anyway very cheerful people. A nice and casual wedding, at which everything did not have to be so formal."
He said that such wedding pictures are a trend of the last years, in which "people want to outdo each other".
Kloosters said: "They want to be different than other newlyweds. The pictures have to be more beautiful than those of their sister, cousin or friend."
The photographer added that the picture is in no way a marketing stunt and said he was merely giving the couple pleasure by giving them the photo they wanted.
Kloosters said: "Who thinks this is offensive, still lives in the year 1996 according to my opinion. Of all the pictures taken, there is one that is playful, which in ten years is still fantastic to talk about.
"Give these people their joy. That is also something I wish to you. Life is already prudish enough."