If you watched the dramatic season finale of 'The Bachelor' last night, you know that Arie Luyendyk Jr. didn't make any friends in the state of Minnesota, now one lawmaker wants to ban him from the state.

Rep. Drew Christensen, who represents District 56A near the Twin Cities, tweeted last night that if he got 1,000 retweets that he would introduce a bill to ban Arie, well he got well over 8,000.

Once his thousand retweet threshold was met, he put out another challenge for 10,000 retweets and he'll invite Becca, who lives in Minnesota and the girl who Arie proposed to and then broke up with months later on national TV last night, to the State of the State address next week at the state capital.

I don't expect this bill to go anywhere and this seems like an attempt for some self-promotion, but I'll keep an eye on it and let you know if anything comes of it.

Watch Becca confront Arie tonight on the "After The Final Rose" show and there is a good chance that Becca is named 'The Bachelorette' for the upcoming season of that show.