A man from Java is set to divorce the rice cooker he wed in an unusual nuptial ceremony.
Khoirul Anam and his electrical 'bride' have split, after just four days of marriage.
Anam took to Facebook to announce the sad news, saying it was a "heavy" decision on his part and the marriage was over.
Snaps of the once-happy newlyweds went viral on social media with users amused by snaps of the suited groom cradling the veil-wearing rice cooker for a smooch.
One person joked that "not everyone can handle the pressure of married life".
Anam's original post described the appliance as "fair, quiet, obedient, doesn't talk much, knows how to cook", but the relationship was not meant to be.
While it appears the stunt may be for entertainment purposes, humans being romantically or sexually attracted to inanimate objects is called 'objectophilia'.
In 2017, British woman Amanda Liberty claimed she was 'engaged' to a chandelier and in an open relationship with 25 others.
Liberty has embarked on other romances with inanimate objects, even legally changing her surname to match her previous 'partner' The Statue of Liberty.
In 2007, American Erika LaBrie 'married' the Effiel Tower, while Swedish-born Eija-Riitta Berliner-Mauer 'married' the Berlin Wall over 30 years ago.
It is unknown how the rice cooker feels about the developments as it could not be reached for comment.