Austin Man Is Suing His Date For Texting During Guardians Of The Galaxy 2

Austin Man Is Suing His Date For Texting During Guardians Of The Galaxy 2

It's about the principle kids.

JesseCecchetto by JesseCecchetto on May 18, 2017 @ 10:51 AM (Staff Bios)
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If you think you've had some terrible dates in the past, I'm fairly certain they weren't half as bad as 37-year old Brandon Vezmars recent date. Brandon recently went to go seen Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 with a woman that has requested to remain anonymous, and it was so bad, that he is suing her for the total cost of her ticket, a whopping $17.31. According to Brandon, his date "activated her phone at least 10-20 times in 15 minutes to read and send text messages". Nobody like a Tommy Texter during a movie, let alone Guardians Of The Galaxy 2, and this time, Brandon decided to take action.

While Brandon's cost of the ticket was relatively low, he states that it's the principle that's important. In his petition, Brandon states "While damages sought are modest, the principle is important as defendant's behavior is a threat to civilized society". I think the theaters can get behind Brandon's ideology and apparently, so can the director of the movie, James Gunn. 

James Gunn jumped in on the fun with a pretty witty joke, saying "Why stop at suing? She deserves jail time!". The accused is clearly outnumbered, but she goes on to say that she really isn't a bad woman and that she kept her phone low as to not disturb anyone. Well, disturbing one person was damage enough it seems. Let this be a lesson to you all, nobody likes a Tommy Texter.

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