Charleston wedding photographer Raheel Gauba was shooting engagement photos of a young couple posing on the steps of a Meeting Street building last month when someone grabbed his subjects' attention.
Gauba, used to tourists and onlookers sometimes heckling his shots, said he told Erik Rogers and Ashley Donald to look at the camera but they continued to look behind him in stunned silence.
"I thought who the heck is bothering them," Gauba said Wednesday. "I turn around and it's Bill Murray with his shirt up, belly out, tapping his belly and trying to make them laugh."
Murray, who recently made national headlines when he gave some advice to a visiting bachelor party, accepted Gauba's invitation to pose for a shot with the couple.
"Sure I would," Gauba recalled him saying. "I took the shot and off he goes."
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