Aaron Schnore, of New York City (New York City?!?), is a screenwriter by day, and an urban cowboy by night. A failed urban cowboy. See, cowboys can handle their liquor, while Schnore cannot. And cowboys can ride the bull, where Schnore cannot.
Even a mechanical bull.
Now that don't make Aaron Schnore a dude. No pardners, what makes Aaron Schnore, of New York City, a dude is that he's proud of his failure as a cowboy. So proud that he wants the whole world to know it.
Aaron Schnore's lawsuit accuses the midtown Manhattan restaurant of negligence for "allowing and promoting an inebriated individual to use and ride the mechanical bull."
Attorney Lawrence Saftler says his 38-year-old client had been drinking at Johnny Utah's in Rockefeller Center when injured May 7.
The lawsuit says someone sped the bull's bucking while Schnore was riding, causing it "to become more violent" in an effort to throw him off.
The lawsuit says Schnore was "seriously injured" but doesn't give specifics. It seeks unspecified damages.
"Mamas, don't let your babies grow up to be cowboys. Don't let 'em pick guitars and drive them old trucks. Make 'em be screenwriters and lawyers and such."