Sean Penn and Danny Glover Wed in Venezuela

Sunday, 14 March 2010

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"We love you Sean!"

Caracas Venezuela: The first nuptials of the spring season took place in an ancient Cathedral in this country's Capitol City. Sean Penn and Danny Glover officially tied the knot.

President Hugo Chavez, Sean's mentor, gave the brides (or grooms) away. The happy couple was dressed in tennis shorts and sneakers from Hollywood's finest shops along Rodeo Drive. Sean's ex-wives Madonna and Robin Wright (no relation to Reverend Wright) acted as bride's maids (or ushers).

The happy couple met when Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans LA, while both were trying to blame global warming and President George W Bush for the catastrophic event, at the same time.

Former Presidents Saddam Hussein of Iraq and Fidel Castro of Cuba sent their regrets that they couldn't attend, as the former is dead and the latter is ailing. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran was also unable to attend because of a sudden case of radiation poisoning. Bill O'Reilly of FOX News Channel also graciously declined to attend.

A bevy of Hollywood stars, US and Venezuelan politicians were in attendance sitting in the Church's North Transept (left side) pews, immaculately dressed. A few local parishioners were also in attendance, but a large crowd of well wishers was expected later as noted by the large police presence outside the Church.

The happy couple plans to honeymoon in one of President Chavez's earthquake free villas by the sea, provided the electric power stays on. Sean did manage to bash former President George W Bush as he left the Chapel.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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