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OBERSTDORF, GERMANY - DECEMBER 28: Vacationers walk along a mountain range leading a group of Lamas in the Bavarian Alps on December 28, 2013 near Oberstdorf, Germany. Lama trekking operator Klaus Eberle organizes the tours in the Allgaeu region of Bavaria and cites the ability of the animals to sense whether the accompanying person is in a calm state or not. Lamas traditionally serve as an important means of transporting goods across mountainous terrain in parts of South America. (Photo by Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images)

Man Brings Llama To Sister’s Wedding – Just Like He Promised An Ohio man made good on a five-year promise when he brought a llama to his sister’s wedding.

It all started when Mendl Weinstock was teasing his then-teenage sister that “if you make me come to the wedding I’m going to bring a llama with me.” When his sister finally got engaged last October, Weinstock kept true to his word, renting a llama from a nearby farm and even dressing it up in a tuxedo and yarmulke.

The llama, Shocky, turned out to be a big hit at the wedding – although Mendl’s sister has promised to ‘get him back’ at some point. What’s the most off-the-wall thing you’ve seen at a wedding?