Benson explained that when he tried to log into Facebook from his phone, he was already logged into Celeste’s account.
First comes a Facebook glitch, then comes marriage. “In the fall of 2013, she relocated from Colorado to reside with me in Arkansas”, he added.
A man met the love of his life on Facebook after somehow accidentally logging into her account.
“Schuyler Benson of South Arkansas accessed the social network from a flip-phone – remember when they were cool? – and found that he was logged into the account of a complete stranger, a Colorado woman named Celeste Zendler”.
But for an entire week every time he logged into to his phone “I found myself in Celeste’s account”. Benson posted the story on Imgur.
Eventually, the situation was resolved and Zendler and Benson became Facebook friends.
He the level replace: ‘is speculating over whom the f*** Celeste is and for what reason i’m posted into her fb profile, ‘ Schuler published on October thee, 2009 from the originial and smartphone…
Benson was finally able to log off of Zendler’s account after she sent him a friend request. Both parties were confused how the mix-up occurred as Benson had never even entered log-in information to begin with.
“Like, a LOT in common”.
“I never did (delete him) because I enjoyed his status updates”, she told Heavy. In fact, they had SO much in common that Celeste and Schuler chose to meet in person in June 2013. Shortly after meeting, Zendler was moving states to live with Benson.
“In June of 2014, we were engaged, and subsequently moved to South Carolina, where we were married on June 21, 2015”, Benson wrote.
And sometimes, there are just a few things you do get right, even when you mess up. “This is my beauty”, Benson wrote in a post.
A couple in the U.S. have found love and married thanks to a Facebook glitch.