Based on a true story Each time Rockin tries to book a limo to take him and his friends on a drunken trip to London, they are refused, until one firm informs them that the only way that they would be able to book a limo for six lads was if they were going to a wedding. They have their answer! By the next day, the limo is booked and the morning suits are hired, even down to the buttonholes. As the limo passes Birmingham, Marco comes up with an idea and two minutes later he is on the phone to the newspapers. “Yeah, that’s right, the groom’s found out that his bride-to-be has slept with one of the ushers. He’s phoned her and she has admitted it!” Rockin is nominated to be the groom but in real life is dating a beautiful blonde Catholic school teacher. He sits in the plush surroundings of the Savoy hotel dreading the phone call he was going to have to make, asking her if he could be a fake groom and appear in the Sunday Sport newspaper. Two scruffy-looking men walk into the bar; one has a camera slung over his shoulder. The time has come: Rockin has to make the call.