- A boat proposal which was meant to be sweet and romantic has failed terribly and gone viral on social media
- A 22-second video uploaded to Twitter by @TheoShantona depicting a man proposing to his girlfriend went gone horribly wrong
- The man accidentally held onto the boat's throttle sending his new fiancée flying onto her back and landing him in the water
Proposal videos are always trending as they bring happiness, joy and the odd tear to our eyes. One proposal video has gone viral, but not for the excitement and joy it brings to people. @TheoShantona uploaded a 22-second clip of a proposal fail to Twitter.
The video shows a man climbing onto a boat to get to his beloved. He pulls her boat closer to him as she stands. The man seemingly continues with the proposal and they lean in to hug each other. This is where things go wrong.
The man accidentally leans on the throttle of his new fiancée's boat before she is thrown on her back with force as her boat speeds off on its own. The man tries to grab her and in turn falls into the murky water surrounding them.
Take a look at the full video below:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few replies left under the tweet:
"I just can’t get over the fact that he didn’t get in her boat."
"So cute to see they're head over heels for each other!"
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a stunning local couple who shared their engagement photos online. Marriage is a wonderful thing that many people dream of. One young South African couple have taken that big step towards their future as they recently got engaged.
The stunning young couple have shared their engagement photos to social media. Twitter user and famous DJ, @djmelzi_ (Tumelo Mphai) shared images of himself and his gorgeous bride-to-be clad in traditional attire.
The engagement was announced through these images and Tumelo simply captioned it: "Check her left hand." The post was met with love and positivity from some South African tweeps as many were confused about Tumelo's new fiancée's age.
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