- A lady has been seen hiding a wedding ring on her finger after a man in a big car asked her whether she was married
- The lady actually responded 'no' to the question before realizing she was wearing a ring and made attempts to keep it out of sight
- Social media users have had a lot to say about the video and YEN.com.gh has compiled the most compelling ones
A beautiful young lady has been captured in a video hiding her wedding ring after a stranger who appears to be in a bigger car asked if she was married.
In the footage sighted by Briefly.co.za on the personal Twitter handle of @Iam_kwesijaee, the young woman actually responded no to the question when she suddenly realized her ring was on display.
She quickly made attempts to put the ring out of sight, but it was too late for her as the gentleman who asked the question had already seen it and apologized for talking to her.
See the video below:
As was expected, tons of men on social media came out to speak up regarding the observation in the video.
Briefly.co.za has gathered some of the most interesting points made as seen below:
@AsamoahEdwardO4 made the point that if a woman who is driving in a car could put up such an attitude, then the ones with more limited means would do worse.
@reddington2166 argued that the video was scripted because it is strange for a man to meet a woman for the first time and ask whether she is married.
@KuamiSingle cracked ribs with his comment that men are always looking out for God-fearing women when the ones available are feared by God.
In other news, it is not common to find women who move on real fast after a break-up, especially if the relationship had been a long-term one. But for one woman, separating from her boyfriend of four years was a blessing in disguise.
After being dumped, the unidentified woman did not lose hope in love but instead chose to give it a second chance.
Nigerian celebrity photographer Uche, who shared the story on her Twitter handle, said this time around, three months in, the relationship ended in marriage.
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