LAS VEGAS ( — Maybe there’s a reason they say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.

Last month, Aaron Chervenak of Los Angeles married his cellphone in a ceremony at the Little Vegas Chapel.

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The chapel owner says he’s married a lot of strange couples.

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But as Michael Kelly explains, Chervenak wanted to make a point about how dependent people are on their phones.

“People are so connected to their phones and they live with them all the time. They’re with them 24 hours a day. They go to sleep with their cellphones. They wake up with their cellphones. Sometimes, it’s the first thing that they check,” said Kelly.

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Luckily, the union, unlike a cellphone provider’s contract, is nonbinding.