- A video has been captured of a moment when a man knelt to propose to a lady but got 'rudely' interrupted by the lady's father
- The incident happened in a church as the father of the lady, who is a pastor, was officiating a wedding ceremony
- The man was quite embarrassed but the pretty lady in question appeared to have been the most affected
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A video has popped up on social media showing an embarrassing moment when a pastor interrupted a marriage proposal to his daughter.
YEN.com.gh sighted the video on Instagram as it started to go viral.
In the video, the man took to his knees in a typical Europian style ready to kill the show while handing out the ring to the beautiful lady.
The pastor who was a distance away had his attention drawn and moved quickly to the scene to stop what the gentleman was trying to do.
The incident happened in a church as a wedding ceremony was in progress. The handsome gentleman felt it was the appropriate time to make his intentions known but the lady's father had other ideas.
“She’s my daughter, sorry we don’t do that. I’m not aware. If there’s any engagement I have to know. Hope I’m not embarrassing you but you have to meet me,” the Pastor said.
Typically, such a gesture made by a gentleman is welcome with massive applause from bystanders but this time, it received great criticism.
The lady who was being proposed to appeared to be the most embarrassed of all, given her facial expression.
Watch the video below:
Lately, pastors have been in the news for exercising unpopular disciplinary measures on their church members.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that an unnamed pastor has been captured in a recent video caning his members who were seen lying on the floor.
It is reported that the church members received the lashes because they were absent during a Sunday service. It is not known if the pastor had a register he marked which revealed those who were absent.
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