A Ugandan imam who was arrested after marrying a man in a wedding dress, has been released on bail, according to Daily Monitor newspaper.
Human rights organisations represented the two men in court and filed a bail application which was ruled in their favour.
Sheikh Mohammed Mutumba and his fake bride Richard Tumushabe, whose alias is Swabullah Nabukeera, were ordered to pay 1m Ugandan shillings ($270; £209) as bond.
Sheikh Mutumba married Mr Tumushabe who had pretended to be a woman and dressed in a bridal gown.
Mr Tumushabe's cover was blown when neighbours accused him of stealing and during a search police discovered he wasn't a woman.
The imam was arrested and both charged with having with having carnal knowledge with a person against the order of nature.