See Bill Murray crash a couple's engagement photo shoot

See Bill Murray crash a couple's engagement photo shoot

Credit: Raheel Gauba of Fia Forever Photography

See Bill Murray crash a couple's engagement photo shoot

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Posted on June 12, 2014 at 11:05 AM

(ABC NEWS) -- He did it again.

This time, Bill Murray crashed a couple's engagement photos.

"It all started with an innocent little engagement shoot in downtown Charleston with our lovely couple Ashley Donald & Erik Rogers. We were roaming the streets of downtown Charleston ... doing their engagement pictures… and most of the time when I have an attractive couple, you get to hear all sorts of noises around you – from whistles, to 'you look hottttt' to “congratulations!'" said Raheel Gauba of Fia Forever Photography. "I’m looking through the lens, the couple seems stunned and distracted… I think to myself – oh great, someone is bothering them – I turn around and I see Mr. Murray standing there with his shirt pulled up and belly proudly on display which he is patting pretty loudly in an attempt to make the couple laugh."


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The resulting photo is priceless, as Murray looks casual standing against the wall next to the happy couple, who sit on the steps of a historic home in Charleston, South Carolina.

"Needless to say I was stunned and I invited Mr. Murray to join the couple for a quick shot – He obliged and congratulated them and went on his way… leaving behind an extremely happy couple and this photo that will be forever remembered by this couple (and us!!!)," Gauba added.

Some other photos from the shoot included the couple in front of scenic shots of the city and gorgeous shots of the setting sun.

Crashing celebrations has become commonplace for Murray, who just weeks ago crashed a bachelor party and gave an inspiring speech.

Murray told the boys, who were celebrating at a restaurant in Charleston, "You know how they say funerals aren't for the dead but for the living? Bachelor parties are not for the groom, they are for [the other guys]. So, I'm going to give you all advice, because it's too late for this one."

He continued, "If you have someone you think is the one, don't just sort of think in your ordinary mind, think 'Okay, let's make a date, let's plan this and make a party and get married.' Take that person and travel around the world. Buy a plane ticket for the two of you to travel all around the world and go to places that are hard to go to and hard to get out of. If when you come back to JFK [airport], when you land in JFK and you are still in love with that person, get married at the airport!"

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