A bride and groom are planning on secretly feeding their 30 wedding guests roadkill meat.
The unnamed couple have sourced 20 kilos in a bid to make their wedding breakfast more "environmentally friendly."
And they are offering £5,000 for a chef to serve it up.
The pair, who have been regularly dining on roadkill for three years, asked to remain anonymous because they did not want their guests to know where the meat has been sourced from.
They have requested the caterer to "dress it up", so as not to arouse suspicion of the ingredient's origin.
They posted their unusual request on Bark.com, a local services marketplace, hoping to find a professional who shares their passion for sustainable cuisine.
They also want someone who has the right skills to prepare a mixture of woodland squirrel, pheasant, rabbit, partridge and deer.
The couple, based in the Cotswolds, assure that the meat is "100 per cent fresh and safe" and are offering £5,000 to the caterer or chef for the job.
They have sourced the food and frozen it.
Hopeful caterers will need to agree to a consultation with the couple, as well as having previous experience in preparing wild meat.
Their post states: "The environment is so important to us and will continue to be as we settle down and start our family.
"Although money isn't too much of an issue, weddings are resource-heavy and result in so much waste that we don't want to have any part in that.
"We know that this isn't something the 'average' chef would be happy in helping us with, but are hoping that someone with the right skills and our same passion for the environment can step forward and help us out.
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