A gay couple from Arizona had their special wedding day disrupted by a heckler believed to be hiding in a nearby condominium.

Roughly 30 guests, including Arizona Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema, traveled to Centennial Park in the San Diego suburb of Coronado to witness the marriage of Oscar de las Salas and Gary Jackson.

According to local ABC affiliate Channel 10 News, the ceremony was repeatedly interrupted by a heckler believed to be hiding in a nearby luxury residential building screaming “homos” and “go home homos.”

“He really wanted to humiliate the people there,” David de Alva, who provided the music, told the station. “He said, 'Go home, fags!'”

De las Salas said he feared the heckler could be armed.

“I'm thinking, 'God forbid this person has a gun and decides to open fire,'” he said.

Jackson said the heckler ruined the day for everyone.

“It's just sad that that is now ingrained for the rest of our lives in our wedding day,” he said. “That person took a chunk of what should have been a beautiful day and turned it into something nasty and full of hate.”