- A man has taken the act of making marriage proposals to another level
- In photos making the rounds, he appeared to roll on the ground before proposing to his girlfriend
- Many tweeps frowned at his style while others found it lovely and gushed over it
A man has become the subject of social media debate after he was captured engaging his girlfriend in an unusual manner.
The yet-to-be-identified man in a Twitter post by @bruno_akampa created a scene in public as he was captured to have rolled on the ground.
While confusion ensued with the girlfriend trying to figure out why her man rolled on the ground, he hops on one knee with an engagement ring in hand.
The stunned girlfriend received the ring as both posed for a shot as a guitarist appeared to play behind them.
Many took to the comment section to knock the man what what they described as setting the marriage proposal bar low, others found it romantic and hailed the courageous man.
"The way most people despise simplicity is shocking n laughable.
"U may think they can afford to arrange a proposal on top of the Eiffel.Tower or somewhere in Disney World
"Most of whom will never even get proposed to their entire lives. Quit whining guys."
"What rubbish in the dust is this??"
"The girl in frame 4 is as disturbed as we are."
"I no understand..he dey roll for ground before she say yes ni?"
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a man had surprised his girlfriend with a marriage proposal at the wedding ceremony of a friend.
Twitter account, @_BlackCouples shared the video and tagged it 'things we love to see'. However, @DatGut_DeMike did not share in their sentiments.
Apparently, @DatGut_DeMike wasn't the only one who felt some type of way about someone else proposing at their wedding. Some people expressed that if anyone pulled that type of stunt at their wedding, they'd have to split the wedding bill.
In similar news, a romantic video has surfaced online in which a gentleman surprised his lover with an unexpected marriage proposal during a casual photo shoot.
In the video that was shared on the personal handle of @_IamOgar, the man in question appeared to have arranged with his photographer to fix the perfect timing for the grand moment.
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