Freak Files: A Man Marries His Cell Phone!

Plus, Ronald McDonald gets shot outside of a Sonic ... and ... looking for love in all the wrong places

June 29, 2016
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Freaky Love – Man Marries His Cell Phone

In Las Vegas, a man reportedly married his smartphone.

AARON CHERVENEK drove from his home in Los Angeles to the Little Vegas Chapel where he said "I do" to his phone.

Chervenek --an artist-- wore a tux, his phone was covered in a white protective case.  He even slid a ring over the phone during the ceremony.  The proud groom explains, "We connect with our phones on so many emotional levels... To me, that's also what a relationship is about."

Chervenek promises he has no plans to trade his bride in for a new model next year.

 

Ronald McDonald Was Shot Outside a Sonic

It must be tough to go through life with the name Ronald McDonald. 

But since this guy DOES have that name, maybe he should avoid fast food?  A 43-year-old guy in Lumberton, North Carolina named Ronald McDonald was at a Sonic last week, because his wife works there as a manager.

Ronald got into an argument with one of the employees, a 24-year-old guy named Telvin Drummond.  Then they pulled their GUNS and shot at each other.  Ronald missed, but Telvin didn't . . . and Ronald had to go to the hospital with injuries.

So far no charges have been filed because the cops are still investigating. 

 

Looking For Love In All the Wrong Places

You may recall we told you 78-year-old ARTHUR BROOKS really, really wants some grandchildren and took matters into his own hands by placing a full-page personal ad for his son, BARON, in the Coeur d'Alene Press.

Dad said his son's potential brides must be politically conservative, willing to move to Salt Lake City, stay at home with the kids if children come along and were warned that the lucky bachelor is just five-foot-five-inches tall.

Although Baron says his father is "nuts" and "neurotic," he's willing to meet the contenders at a resort in Idaho.  But, managers of the venue have now turned him away because of all the media publicity.

Baron says that dear old dad has gotten twelve women from all over America to respond to the $900-dollar ad.  Now, he's trying to find a new location to screen them.