Texas Man Sues Woman Because She Texted During Their First Date


Some first dates are awesome, but the majority of them are pretty terrible. Such was the case for a 37-year-old man from Texas. Brandon Vezmar was on a first date with a woman (her name has yet to be disclosed) and the two went to a movie to see Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 in 3-D, the Austin American-Statesman reports.

Vezmar claims that his date was texting throughout their entire date, and also that she left 15 minutes after the movie started. I’d like to think that most men would write this off as a bad date, as most women would I  assume. Any reasonable human being can tell that if someone is texting throughout a date, they’re probably not interested, and so you should just MOVE ON. Not, Vezmar. He was not pleased in the slightest that his date was not into him, and so he is suing her.

You heard that right. He is suing her for texting and leaving him on their first date!

However, that’s not the most ridiculous part. He is suing her for $17.31!!!

The woman commented on this bizarre lawsuit saying: “I’m not a bad woman. I just went out on a date,”  the Austin American-Statesman reports. “I had my phone low and I wasn’t bothering anybody.”

Hey, lady…you don’t have to convince us, we understand why you were texting. If this guy is suing you for less than 20 bucks, he is clearly the problematic person here.

We found the guy on Twitter, and according to his bio, he is “President” of  The Messaging Company, “a full service communications consultancy and media services firm providing expert guidance on, and development and execution of, communications strategies for select clients throughout the business and political spheres.”

Now this story is starting to make sense. He’s obviously looking for attention in order to get eyes on his “messaging” company. Honestly, how can a man sue someone for texting who happens to be the president of a company that specializing in WORDS!?

Okay, we spent enough time on this.

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