One high-profile groom almost landed himself in hot water after being unable to tear himself away from his stag do celebrations.
Jack Tweed, who married former celebrity Big Brother contestant Jade Goody this week, had to bring an abrupt end to his stag night shenanigans to avoid breaking his police curfew.
The 21-year-old is currently on early release from prison and his curfew dictates that he must be back at his parents' house by 19:00 GMT each night.
Tweed did not let that stop him from making the most of his last night of freedom, running up extensive bar bills at a series of pubs across Essex.
One onlooker told the News of the World: "They were certainly getting through the drinks and having lots of laughs."
However, the groom was forced to make a quick exit from the party in order to meet the terms of his curfew, eventually arriving home eight minutes after the 19:00 deadline.
Justice secretary Jack Straw lifted Tweed's curfew for the couple's wedding night this week to allow him to spend the evening with his new bride.
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