A man who married his laptop computer in New Mexico has sued Alabama for not recognizing the marriage, Conservative Tribune reports.
Chris Sevier, who claims he married his Macbook in 2011, filed the complaint on Aug. 31 in Alabama’s Northern District.
In the filing, he alleges his rights and the rights of two other plaintiffs were violated by Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, Blount County Probate Judge Chris Green and Attorney General Steve Marshall.
Green refused to issue him a marriage license despite accommodating individuals who self-identify as homosexual, the complaint states.
This isn’t the first time Sevier, a former lawyer in Tennessee, has taken legal action of this sort. He has filed similar lawsuits in Utah, Kentucky, Colorado and Texas.
He sued a baker in Colorado to force the defendant to make a wedding cake for him and his computer “bride.” In Utah, the state’s defense lawyers say the computer is not old enough to marry.