Image: ABC News Cary Dolego of Queen Creek was interviewed by ABC News back in March for a story on international matchmaking. After the camera crew went home, he stayed in the Ukraine, being found this week in a train station among homeless people.
Cary Dolego, the love-seeking Queen Creek man we wrote about yesterday who's homeless in the Ukraine, has been rejected by "Yulia," the surgeon with whom he'd been e-mailing.
The former write-in candidate for the 2010 Arizona governor's race went to the Ukraine in the spring as part of a matchmaking service, followed by cameras from ABC News. After failing to find a mate, having his bank account frozen and getting kicked out of an apartment, he ended up on the streets of a small town with other homeless people. Social workers found him this week, disheveled and dirty, but carrying a suit and personal computer.
Since our article, which was based on Ukrainian news reports, a reporter for the Associated Press not only phoned Dolego at the hospital where he'd been treated for pneumonia but managed to get ahold of his dream girl, Yulia.