What an asshole! Twin Towers cake with box cutter seating card and engraved box cutters. Jerry Casale, one of the founding members of Devo, has caused controversy online after photos surfaced of his 9/11-themed wedding cake. The 67-year-old got married Krista Napp at Michael's Restaurant in Santa Monica, California on Friday - the 14th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks which resulted in the deaths of nearly 3,000 innocent Americans. In pictures from the reception, Casale and his bride are seen beaming next to their cake in the shape of the Twin Towers, each with one of their faces plastered to the side. And it didn't stop there. In addition to the cake, guests were each given their own pair of real box cutters as party favors, as well as seating cards with their names over an engraved box cutter. After the pictures emerged online, Casale recorded a video denying his part in the distasteful dessert. Casale told TMZ that he got married on 9/11 by 'chance' because it was the last Friday he could get married before his marriage license expired. He says he and his bride got married at the Beverly Hills Courthouse and then held a small reception for about 20 friends at Michael's. 'One of the friends surprised me with the cake, and these place settings, and it was because they thought it was really macabre that I was getting married on 9/11. 'And I was like "no, it's just arbitrary and Krista and I are the Twin Towers of love" - you know, making a joke about love conquering all,' Casale said, adding that everyone ate the cake. Sources told TMZ that the theme of the wedding reception wasn't surprising considering the couple's dark sense of humor. One guest insisted to the gossip site that Jerry has a 'real heart as an artist, and is a super sweet guy. But commenters online weren't so forgiving. Twitter user Tim Baker wrote: 'This might be the most offensive thing I've seen in years, and it takes a lot of offend me.' Daniel Wyher added that it was 'absolutely offensive' and 'if I was invited I'd leave the reception immediately.' While not much is known about Casale's wife Krista, pictures posted online suggest she may have been a Devo superfan before meeting her husband.