Somewhere Truman Capote's corpse just shot a load:
Both men are serving life sentences for gay-bashing crimes. Gallatinov, 40, is a convicted pedophile who was sentenced in 1997 for murdering a man he had met through a gay chat line. Goodwin, 31, was jailed 10 years later for a homophobic killing on Blackpool seafront. At their wedding ceremony, the pair exchanged vows they had written in front relatives, fellow prisoners, and four prison officers. “These two guys were on separate wings at Full Sutton and used to meet –- and have sex -– in the prison library," a source told the Guardian. "Then they managed to get on the same wing and had sex regularly." A prison service spokesman said the wedding had come at no cost to British taxpayers. “We are very clear that if prisoners do get married, the taxpayer does not foot the bill for the ceremony and they are certainly not allowed to share a cell,” he confirmed.