Miley Cyrus has been granted a restraining order against a 53-year-old man who claimed he was secretly engaged to the star.
Mark McLeod had his heart achy-breaky broken Tuesday night when he was charged with criminal attempted stalking, which apparently carries a lighter charge than criminal successful stalking.
According to terms of a temporary restraining order issued through Chatham County, Georgia, McLeod may not contact Cyrus or her family, friends or fellow employees, specifically by telephone, telegraph, letter, or by electronic communication like e-mail, Tweeter, MyTube, FacelessBook and other social networking sites.
"Wait a second... what was that second one again?" said McLeod. "Did I hear that right? Telegraph?? Nobody uses those anymore! It's 2009, for Pete's sake!"
"Bee tee double-u," he added, "I'll be hearting it when 2010, finally gets here! It was always so ackward not knowing how to refer to the last decade. I mean, are we supposed to call it the 'zeroes?' The 'oh-oh's?' Or just 'the 2000's'? It's all so complicated and confusing.
"It's gonna be great when the 'teens' finally get here!"