A young couple's 'spooky relationship' has gone viral after they posed inside a coffin for a morbid funeral themed pre-wedding shoot.

The photo series from 32-year-old Thai graphics designer Nonts Kongchaw and the female partner was shared tens of thousands of times last Thursday after stunning Facebook users with the macabre take on traditional nuptial photographs.

In the sensational images Nonts can be seen wearing a silver suit in various scenes in a graveyard alongside his partner, who is wearing a long white wedding dress.

One of the images shows the pair leaning against a column tombstone behind a sign that simply reads: "Marry Me."

A more daring pose has the gothic-inlfuenced pair laying down inside a coffin while the woman draws a silk covering over Nonts, who is clutching a bouquet, while another sees her visit him as he is cremated.

The provocative stunt has whipped up quite a stir among netizens in Thailand, with many seeing the photographs as disrespectful, and others saying they would lead to a curse being placed upon the marital bond.

Commenting underneath the would-be groom's photo on Facebook, one user issued a dire warning that read: "Seriously… Things like this have a curse.. If you know how to do it, you have to know how to fix it. Playing with invisible things like this.. It's not a toy and it's not a joke .. Otherwise, disaster occurs… "

Another shared this sentiment, saying: "Please be warned, this kind of thing has a mystical, everything related to rituals related to death, the end of life, all things are magical and powerful. in all cases, if it is not yet the right time If you want to know more, try asking the undertaker.

"I dare to warn you because I used to be a kid from an old temple who was used by Luang Pho to help many burials."

Other users leapt to their defence, and praised the creativity and experimentation of the couple. One commented: "Oh, it's really scary. 10/10."

It is not known whether the pair are actually engaged, according to Mashable South East Asia.

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