Mr Gaynor told Mail Online: 'Me and my fiancée are affected by these two low lives.'We have been planning our wedding for two-and-a-half years.'We are due to get married at St Paul’s bay in August 2018 but that won’t be happening now.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.
'We want to come for a quaint and quiet celebration with our friends and family.'I can't believe what the couple did.
I hope that he can see that we are not all like that.' Gas engineer Daniel Gaynor, 32, and his partner vet nurse, Mandy Jackson, 30, from Rotherham also hit out at the Lunns for ruining their wedding plans in Rhodes.
We have 52 guests coming from the UK for it and have booked to stay for a week.'We have spent around £40,000 on this wedding.
It was booked two years ago, when we got engaged two-and-a-half years ago.'We were originally thinking of getting married in Cyprus but then when I saw the chapel I knew I wanted it there.
I've been to Rhodes a few times so I know how nice it is there.'The mayor of Rhodes is due to make a final decision on the ban in the next couple of weeks.