- A man in China publicly asked a lady to marry him
- He popped the big question in an elaborate manner which included fireworks, flowers and a brand new Lamborghini
- Despite that, his proposal was turned down and he created a scene
It was a sad time for a man in Changsha, China, after his flashy marriage proposal to a lady was turned down.
According to reports, the fancy proposal included roses, fireworks, balloons and the icing on the cake was the brand new Lamborghini.
Most ladies, being romantics, would swoon at such a display, but that was not the case for the lady in question.
In a video that has since gone viral, the young man presented a bouquet of flowers to his love interest as he went on his knees and proposed to her.
She, however, politely declined saying: "I'm so sorry, I don't want to. I'm so sorry."
This made the obviously embarrassed man to blurt out that he has money in his desperate attempt to make her accept. His friends also tried to persuade her by saying that he has bought the car.
He said: "I have money! I can buy as many of these cars as you like. I can buy whatever you want."
The young woman who seemed flustered replied : “You have money, so what?” as she stormed off with her friend.
Fans and onlookers were shocked especially after the suitor started to throw a tantrum. He made sure to push and kick a display of products near him and he also appeared to throw a bouquet of flowers at a spectator that was filming the whole scene.
The video has since gone viral and a number of people feel the proposal is a publicity stunt to help create awareness for the plaza where it took place. See the video below:
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