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An effigy of St Paul was discovered on the site in 1920 and in 1951 the small chapel was built on the site by the edge of the picturesque St Paul’s Bay in Lindos.
The wedding ceremonies take place on the terrace in front of the white washed chapel which offers stunning views over the scenic bay.
Tow truck driver Matthew, 27, and 34-year-old shop worker Carly, from Birmingham, said they posed for the cheeky snap to show their unique sense of humour in their wedding album.
But his grandfather has failed to the see the funny side, telling Mail Online: 'I'm disgusted.' Near the harbour, the bride kneeled in front of her new husband and appeared to perform a sex act on him in her wedding dress, while he had his trousers and boxers down to his ankles - punching the air Near the harbour, the bride knelt in front of her new husband - who works for his father's car recovery firm - and appeared to perform a sex act on him in her wedding dress, while he had his trousers and boxers down to his ankles.
'People back in England were commenting on it, the whole thing went mad.'Hundreds of British couples vented their fury at the couple today.
Suzanne Sparkles, 33, from Chorley in Lancashire, planned to get married to fiance Steve Arnold, 38, at St Paul's chapel in Rhodes next May - costing around £40,000.
The couple, who have been together for three-and-a-half years, booked their big day on the Greek Isle two years ago.
The mother-of-two told Mail Online: 'I'm absolutely devastated that these idiots have spoilt my dream wedding.
And Miss Sparkles said she and her guests are anxiously waiting for the ban to be overturned and pleaded with the authorities to not tar everyone with the same brush.Giorgos Eleftheriou, president of the local Lindos community in Rhodes, told The Times: 'We are Greek and we cherish our traditions and the sanctity of our religious sites.We cannot allow this disgusting behaviour to prevail.''I have hundreds of soon-to-be brides from Britain and all over the world calling me today in tears because of this decision. Would they have done the same in their homeland; in front of a British chapel, a Jewish temple, a Muslim mosque? 'The island's top bishop, Kyrillos of Rhodes, has decided to ban all foreign weddings at the monastery of St Paul (to the right of the picture) - forcing hundreds of British couples to cancel their dream days Following their wedding on September 25, Carly said they had always planned to do the photo.Account manager Natalie Farrell, 32, from Coventry is also due to get married to Paul Veasey, at St Paul's in Rhodes.She added: 'Altogether the wedding going to cost around £10,000.