Man Warns President Obama 'Don't Touch My Girlfriend'

Did the President just get teased? President Obama got a warning from a jealous boyfriend while casting his ballot in Chicago during early voting for the 2014 midterm elections and campaigning for Gov. Pat Quinn.

Obama just happened to be standing next to another voter, Aia Cooper, whose fiancé Mike Jones apparently has a wayward sense of humor.

"Mr. President, don't touch my girlfriend," he called out to the utter embarrassment of Cooper.

But ever on his toes Obama was quick to respond, "I really wasn't planning on it." He also took it in good humor saying it was just "an example of a brother just embarrassing you for no reason."

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He then promptly gave the man some real reason to be jealous by hugging and kissing his fiancée.

"Now, he's really jealous," a cheeky Obama told Cooper.

"On the cheek, just the cheek -- please, Michelle, don't come after me -- just the cheek!" Cooper joked in an interview later on.


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