Warning: Don't read this if vermin make you squirm. "I was playing a barn wedding with a quartet, and it was back when the Princess Di wedding gown with huge petticoats was popular," recalled Tretick Gosling. "We saw a rat crawl down from the rafters of the barn. It wasn't a cute little field mouse, but a big, big rat with a long, wiry tail, maybe 9 or 10 inches long. And it decides to go under her dress, with the rat tail sticking out. She had so many petticoats she'd probably never feel it. I looked at the groom and he shook his head as if to say, 'Don’t say anything, please.'" While everyone could see the rat tail (and the photographer even took a close-up shot), the rat stayed put without the bride having a clue. "It wasn't a short ceremony, either. They read poems to each other with that thick, rope-y tail swishing back and forth." When they were pronounced man and wife, she walked back down the aisle — rat included. "I wasn't sure if the rat was caught in her petticoats, but it definitely didn't seem to be afraid of people."