BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) -
A British couple obsessed with deep-sea diving are to
exchange marriage vows in front of a congregation of sharks.
Computer programmer Nick Anderson and fianc Dee Judi Boon, a
sales manager for a cement company, will wed in the shark tank
at an aquarium in the central English city of Birmingham.
"It was scuba diving that first brought us together,'' said
Anderson. "And now we're ready to marry we couldn't imagine a
more perfect setting.''
Boon's bridal gown and Anderson's wedding suit will be worn on
top of their diving suits. They will speak their vows through a
sound system built into their diving helmets.
The photographer will be in the water with them, but guests and
the officiating minister will be safe behind glass in the tank's
The couple plan a honeymoon in the Maldives -- scuba diving.