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Irish commuters were treated to a happy surprise this week when a man staged an elaborate proposal for his train driver girlfriend.
The moment was captured on video by a commuter at Dublin's Pearse Station on Tuesday night and shared on Twitter, much to the now-engaged couple's delight.
"Didn't think anything could perk me up after a busy 13hr shift, and some Gent goes and PROPOSES to his GF driving the incoming train at pearse station," Clodagh Maher wrote.
In the footage, the prospective groom is seen on the platform with a 'Marry Me' sign, holding flowers and a ring, when the train driven by his girlfriend slowly pulls into the station. Playing in the background their song, James Blunt's You Make Me Better.
The man was standing waiting when the train pulled in on it's last stop. (Twitter/@Clodagh1990)After pulling up, the surprised woman walks over to her boyfriend and he gets down on bended knee to pop the question. In even happier news, she says yes.
The man was later identified as Conor O'Sullivan and his bride-to-be as Paula Carbo Zea.
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Thankfully, she said yes! (Twitter/@Clodagh1990)Carbo Zea commented after the video was shared on Twitter, writing: "Thank so much for sharing this moment. I was so surprised and at the same time excited. Thank you everyone who was envolve [involved] to make this moment beautiful and perfect."
This article first appeared on honey.nine.com.au
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