A Moscow cinema is planning to mark this year's Valentine's Day by giving loved-up couples the chance to get a "fast-track" marriage — just like in Las Vegas.
The Polet (Flight) movie theater will hold a party of fake matrimonies on Feb. 14, welcoming all those who wish to tie the knot in a more informal setting, the TASS news agency reported Monday, citing authorities in the city's north-western district.
The report added that the couples will be bound by no legal obligations after the event.
The "fast-track" weddings will not be the first of their kind to take place in Russia. A few years ago, a chain of restaurants in Moscow and St. Petersburg invited a pastor from Las Vegas to conduct marriage ceremonies over Skype — with couples receiving a certificate from Nevada a few days later.