Las Vegas is the place where anyone can get a quickie marriage. You just need the happy couple and a license and you're married.
Nowadays, people are more connected to their smartphones and devices than real people.
So one man decided to marry his smartphone.
Aaron Chervenak drove from Los Angeles to Vegas to marry what KTNV called the love of his life, his cellphone at The Little Las Vegas Chapel on May 20.
But the "marriage" wasn't real, or even legal. Cheverenak did it to send a message.
"People are so connected to their phones, and they live with them all the time," chapel owner Michael Kelly said. "They're with them 24 hours a day. They go to sleep with their cellphone. They wake up with their cellphone. Sometimes it's the first thing that they check."
While the marriage isn't legally recognized by Nevada, the chapel won't turn away anyone who wants commitment ceremony, KTNV reported.