- A lady has publicly rejected a man's proposal in an embarrassing fashion
- In the midst of many onlookers recording the moment on camera, she threw away the ring and walked away
- Everyone's excitement was short-lived by the lady's bold and unsympathetic action
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A video has surfaced on social media showing a grim moment of disappointment when a lady embarrassed a gentleman who proposed marriage to her in public.
The venue of the proposal appears to have been a park filled with people who were there for what seemed like an event, and this made the gentleman's experience more saddening.
In the video sighted by Briefly.co.za on the verified Facebook handle of OMGVoice, the lady is presented with a flower as well as the wedding ring by the man who is on his knees.
See video below:
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The gesture was cheered on by massive applause from bystanders who were both excited and expectant that the moment would end happily.
To the surprise of everyone, the lady, who initially created a posture of acceptance, took the ring on her finger and then threw it away.
Furthermore, she made away with the flower and decided to vacate the place without uttering any words. The entire moment was captured by different spectators on their phones.
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za also reported that a video has popped up on social media showing an embarrassing moment when a pastor interrupted a marriage proposal to his daughter.
Briefly.co.za sighted the video on Instagram as it started to go viral.
In the video, the man takes to his knees in a typical European style ready to kill the show while handing out the ring to the beautiful lady.
The gesture draws the attention of the pastor, who is a distance away, and he moves quickly to the scene to stop what the gentleman is trying to do.
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