A groom's wedding stunt while saying his vows with his wife-to-be has split the internet – with some labelling it "tacky".
The clip has resurfaced on Reddit and shows the man pulling a prank on his partner in front of the guests at the altar.
The wedding officiator asks him if he is willing to be "joined in matrimony" with the bride and the man says: "Hang on".
He walks away from the bride and goes into a choreographed huddle with his groomsmen, pretending to discuss the decision before looking up at the bride in unison and going back to their chat.
The groom then returns to hold his wife's hands and says: "Yeah, I do".
He turns to his wife and adds: "You know I had nothing to do with that."
The footage ends as the guests and bridesmaid burst into laughter.
The Reddit post first emerged back in 2014 but has since been re-shared, going viral once more.
It was captioned with a question: "Ladies, at your wedding, would this qualify as an acceptable joke, or a reasonable cause for beheading?"
Some viewers were not impressed by the groom's gesture and found it "tacky".
"I personally would hate it," one said. "I would probably cry right then and there. It does almost cross into those 'I don't want to get married' jokes that are tacky as f***, but she seemed to be okay with it so it's on thin ice in my opinion."
Another viewer commented: "I thought it was super cringey too! I'd absolutely hate something like that at my wedding."
Others embraced the well-planned joke and guessed the bride was told before the event.
One wrote: "It’s just exaggerated enough where everyone (including the bride) can tell it's a joke."
There were comments pointing out that the groom was a football coach and that it seemed like a "fun way to include his profession in the ceremony with a joking huddle".