Marriage rarely solves problems.
But, in the case of the perhaps permanently self-ostracized Edward Snowden, it may be his ticket out of Moscow airport limbo.
Anna Chapman, the sexy Russian spy booted from the U.S. in 2010, has proposed to the teller of NSA secrets on Twitter.
Snowden, who has been a man without a country since going public with NSA secrets June 14, has not replied. I’m not sure why. His dating options seem fairly limited at this point, unless flight attendants venture into the Sheremetyevo International Airport’s “transit zone.”
Snowden left a girlfriend back home in Hawaii, but he probably won’t venture back to U.S. soil now that he’s been charged with espionage. Rumors abound that it was her poetry that made the former CIA employee flee the country.
Chapman, 31, tweeted “Snowden, will you marry me?”
Men love it when women call them by their last name like football players.
She later asked the NSA to “take care of their children.”
Chapman, since returning to Russia, makes a living as a model and TV personality, so she can likely afford to a completely “kept man.”
She’s also tight with Russian President Vladimir Putin, which helps when you need to bend the rules or ignore the laws.
But, Snowden, 30, has his heart set on Iceland, the island home of bad banks and U.S. scoundrels. Perhaps some lonely Icelandic lass (Björk?) will come to his rescue via an internet marriage proposal?