- A young man has been left disappointed after proposing to his girlfriend in the middle of the road
- The lady walked out on the young man who knelt down and asked her to be his wife
- Nigerians, who witnessed the whole thing, also begged the lady to accept her lover's proposal
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A video has emerged on social media in which a young man was left disappointed while proposing to his lover in the middle of the road.
In the video, the unidentified man could be seen kneeling down for his lover in the middle of the road, but the lady walked out on him.
The man, who at a point started crying, begged the young lady to accept his ring but she refused it and walked out on him, leaving onlookers amazed.
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Apart from the man who pleaded with the lady, eyewitnesses also begged her to accept the young man's proposal.
The disappointed man said he has been dating the lady for five years.
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Recently, there have been reports and videos of men trying to engage their lovers and getting disappointed in the process.
The traditional way of proposing marriage, which usually has a man going down on his knee, seems to be a big deal for some people as a lady has been filmed demanding this of her man.
In the video being widely circulated on social media, a young couple is seen in a romantic scene as the man prepares to propose marriage to his lady.
The video, which has just one scene with the two loved-up characters, shows the man with an engagement ring in his hand.
As he prepared to pop the ‘will you marry me' question, the lady gestured that he should go down on his knees.
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