UPDATED, 11:42 p.m. ET: Several sources tell us that the story is fake and may have been fabricated. The New York Post sourced Florida Sun Post, which could be a fake newspaper since they have not bylines or contact information of any kind.

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A 68-year-old Miami won't let a little thing like incest stand between him and his 24-year-old granddaughter, to whom he was recently married.

The man, who requested anonymity, told the Florida Sun Post he married his oldest son's daughter this year, but didn't know the two were related until a few months after the happy union, when the couple was flipping through a photo album and came to a picture of the woman's father. It was at that point the two discovered they were related. She is also the mother of his great-grandchild.

The pair, who are estranged from the man's children/woman's parents, met on a dating site that sets older men up with young women. The man says he got lonely after winning "a few million dollars" in the lottery.

"I just felt something strange when I saw her photos. It was like a sense of deja vu, but at the time I couldn’t figure out why she seemed so familiar," he told the Sun Post. "We just hit it off right from when she walked into the restaurant."

But the man says he's already had two failed marriages, and by God, he will not have a third collapse either. His wife/granddaughter agrees.

"When I saw my father in that photo album, I just felt and overwhelming sense of despair," she says, before adding that "every couple is different and special in their own ways. I feel our bond is so strong that even something like this is not enough to make us give up."