A fan of Superman for a hobby left his wife

A fan of Superman for a hobby left his wife

A fan of Superman, who spent 100 thousand dollars for his collection of objects associated with a super hero, he says that hobby has destroyed his marriage.

45-year-old Christopher Dennis (Christopher Dennis) has collected more than 15 000 different items, including blankets, model and toy cars decorated with the letter "S" or a person Clark Kent. In 2012, in Metropolis, Illinois, Christopher Dennis tied the knot with finkenthal Bonnie (Bonnie Finkenthal). Of course, the wedding was a theme (the theme of which of course became a superhero). 45-year-old, who works counterpart Christopher Reeve wore for the wedding ceremony Superman costume. Married married under 4, 5-meter statue hero.

A fan of Superman for a hobby left his wife

But his girlfriend, 42-year-old Bonnie finkenthal (Bonnie Finkenthal), left him as quickly tired of her husband's hobby. The pair has managed to get a divorce.

As she said in an interview: "If you're going to marry Chris, you have to take his collection. There is nothing more important to him than his collection. "

A fan of Superman for a hobby left his wife

And unrepentant Chris admits that "prefer to keep the collection, and not his wife." "There are other reasons why we broke up. There was a time when I could no longer pay the bills, because it was the thing I really wanted to buy. I spent money on toys and statues, and then our bills for electricity and cable TV remained unpaid ", - says Christopher. Things in a collection Christopher is very different - from the statue valued at $ 5,000, up pencils, dishes and towels. Once on the nerves of his ex-wife did not survive, his collection, which he collects for 20 years, began to complicate life and his new roommate. Jack, who shares a flat with Chris in Hollywood, said that because of the collection can be very difficult to find your things.

A fan of Superman for a hobby left his wife

"Sometimes I look for my keys and just can not find them because there are so many things Superman", - he said.

Christopher has over 20 years of earning money to live, photographed with tourists on Hollywood Boulevard. But, in spite of his hobby, which makes life difficult for his loved ones, he does not plan to stop. The man admits that the love of Superman has become something of an obsession.

"The collection has occupied the house, because I have a passion for collecting", - he added.