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Vicar's services dispensed with following net revelation

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A bride-to-be has cancelled her fairytale church wedding after discovering her "romantic, thoughtful and passionate" fiance had been putting it about for the benefit of grumble flick cameras.

Haylie Hocking, 27, met "strapping" 30-year-old personal trainer Jason Brake last year at the garage where she worked. After six months of romance, during which Prince Charming showered her with flowers and jewellery, he moved into her Bristol flat. A couple of months later, it was down on one knee, diamond ring and engagement time.

Sadly, the wheels came off this heartwarmer in spectacular style when Hocking's chum Lisa went looking for a male stripper for the hen night. Lisa "stumbled across a movie clip in which the male star looked like Jason", the Telegraph explains.

Hocking checked out the website, and the horrible truth was revealed. Brake admitted the outrage, and the vicar quickly received a call explaining his services would not be required.

She thundered: "There was no way I could marry an adult film star. I don't know if I will ever be able to trust a man again."

Brake offered: "The sex side is purely for the camera, but Haylie did not understand I was only acting. I am sorry and did not want to hurt her. I still love Haylie and would have stopped doing porn if she had asked me to."

Brake claimed he'd started getting his rocks off for the cameras "as a sideline" before he met the love of his life. However, he was still at it just weeks before the wedding, and while she thought he spent weekends training clients at a gym, he was actually treating naked ladies to an intimate personal fitness regime.

The dumped deceiver insisted he'd "be honest" with future partners. ®

Bootnote

Thanks to Alastair Lowe and others for alerting us to this shocker.

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