NICE, France, May 26 (UPI) -- Couples getting married at town hall in Nice, in southern France, have been warned their ceremony will be postponed if they and their guests get too rowdy.
Officials have banned shouting, whistling, parading with streamers and flags and dancing, Le Monde reported. Folk music must be approved in advance.
As many as 30 weddings are held at the facility every Saturday during the summer. Officials say parties that get too festive can disturb others waiting to tie the knot and cause delays. thelocal.fr reports.
Starting June 1, couples will have to sign an agreement to follow the rules. If they break them, they will have to wait an additional 24 hours.
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