The groom is receiving criticism on social media for his "vulgar" wedding vows, which are deemed to have "humiliated" his bride.
Jonathan Pajak, a photographer, has gained viral fame on TikTok for posting a video of a man reciting his vows to his significant other.
The video features Pajak addressing the camera and presenting the groom, identified as Michael, to the audience.
Pajak inquires whether the groom, Destiny's future husband, has any messages to convey before they exchange their marital vows.
Michael says: "I hope we have a lot of s**. A lot."
The videographer jests that this question itself could be considered a foreshadowing of what is to be expected in the wedding vows.
The scene transitions to Michael and his bride standing at the altar during the ceremony, which is being officiated by Michael's mother.
He is captured on camera stealing a glance at Destiny before whispering: "You're screwed."
Next, Michael proceeds to recite his prepared vows, stating: "Only two things are required to keep me happy."
"Keep my belly full and my balls empty."
Amidst some uncomfortable laughter from the guests, Michael carries on: "Although you're amazing at half of it, we really need to get you some cooking lessons."
"Even when my belly isn't full there is no one I could love more in this lifetime unless I actually get a chance to meet Margot Robbie."
"Since the beginning, I was always told life gets even better when the kids fall asleep and you tell me to come to the bedroom."
"Nothing is better than the sound of gagging and headboard slamming."
At this point, Michael's mother seems visibly unimpressed, as she shakes her head and sternly calls out his name, attempting to intervene.
Regardless, the groom persists.
Wrapping up his vows, he concludes: "PS, since you're so good at making decisions like marrying me, you can choose whether tonight's going to end with being a toaster strudel or a Twinkie."
Throughout the exchange of vows, Destiny is shown to be both surprised and amused, as other attendees nervously chuckle.
Afterward, Michael blows a kiss to his wife, while his mother remarks: "Being that I am his mom I will deal with him later, he is grounded."
The footage was shared on social media with the caption: "You're not gonna believe what he said in his vows."
The video has amassed an astonishing 23.6 million views, with numerous individuals taking to the comments section to express their opinion that Michael's vows are a significant "red flag."
"That's humiliating," one person remarks.
Echoing the sentiment, another commentator includes: "Pardon? In front of loved ones? In front of his parents? That's EMBARASSING."
Meanwhile, a third individual simply states: "Red flag."
Another person said: "I'd leave him at the aisle. Saying that with just me and him is already sad/disappointing but IN FRONT OF MY FAMILY? Mortified and ashamed."
Conversely, some commenters have come to Michael's defense in the comments section.
One TikToker says: "Am I the only person who loves this? A bit vulgar sure but that's one way to settle nerves while getting married lmao."
The bride herself has joined the discussion in the comments section and defended her husband.
In the comments, she says: "So I'm the bride and no, this isn't a red flag.
"We have been together for 10 years now and decided to get married right before our 10th year."