Boston.com - A corrections officer is facing bigamy charges after authorities said a Washington woman using Facebook discovered that she and a potential “friend’’ were married to him at the same time. According to charging documents filed Thursday, Alan L. O’Neill married a woman in 2001, moved out in 2009, changed his name and remarried without divorcing her. The first wife first noticed O’Neill had moved on to another woman when Facebook suggested the friendship connection to wife No. 2 under the “People You May Know’’ feature... Wife No. 1 then called the defendant’s mother. “An hour later the defendant arrived at (Wife No. 1’s) apartment, and she asked him several times if they were divorced,’’ court records show. “The defendant said, `No, we are still married.’’ Neither O’Neill nor his first wife had filed for divorce, according to charging documents. The name change came in December, and later that month he married his second wife. O’Neill allegedly told wife No. 1 not to tell anybody about his dual marriages, that he would fix it, the documents state. But wife No. 1 alerted authorities.
"Who's on first, What's on second," am I right? No, crickets? Ok then.
Jesus that was hard to follow, but the jest of it is,(to quote modern day bro-code philosopher, Ronnie from the Jersey Shore) "Facebook don't got bro-code, dude."
Be cool, Facebook. It's one thing for your name to come up in something crazy like 80% of all divorces, its quite another thing when you start taunting cuckolded women with "people you may know" notifications for your husbands second wife that she knew nothing about. That shit is cold blooded, talk about invasions of privacy. I don't think that's anywhere in the terms of agreement when you sign up for Facebook;
"you exclusively give us the right to share your content, your privacy is important, and, oh yeah, we've just notified both of your wives to eachothers existance, so good luck with that. Click here if you agree with our terms and conditions."