Texas' own Alamo Drafthouse is offering some assistance to the man in the middle of a $17 dollar lawsuit with a woman he accuses of improper date etiquette and ditching him at the theater.
The woman defending herself didn't see what was wrong with her rude texting habits. Vezmar asked her stop, then to leave the theater, which she did - in her vehicle.
Vezmar reportedly texted his date days later to ask her for the ticket money, but she refused.
To read this article in one of Houston's most-spoken languages, click on the button below. He said the specific amount of money he is asking for is to compensate for the cost of the movie ticket.
Tweeting a link to Brandon's story, he said: 'Why stop at suing?
He then suggested that she go outside and text.
Needless to say, Vezmar's date didn't agree to pay him back for the date, and now, she has this lawsuit to deal with.
But Vezmar's complaints about her texting and the fact that he allegedly kept contacting both his date and even her sister left her feeling a little unsafe.
About 15 minutes after the movie began, Vezmar said, his date started texting on her phone.
Admitting to texting a few times, she explained that her friend was having a fight with her boyfriend and that's why her attention was required.
He said she activated her phone 15 or 20 times, which she denied.
"It's principled action against a person who exhibited really insulting behavior towards me and towards everyone else", Vezmar said. "It wasn't like constant texting". I hope one day he can move past this and find peace in his life.
"Guardians" director James Gunn weighed in on Twitter, and unsurprisingly, he's (jokingly) campaigning for harsher consequences.
She also told KVUE-TV in a statement that she left the cinema because "Veznar's behaviour made me extremely uncomfortable".