A scene from a Target store in Las Vegas has gone viral on social media, where a woman dressed as a bride has appeared to apprehend her partner at work and demand that he marry her right there and then.
Footage captured by the TikTok user @boymom_ashley on Friday, sees a woman in a full bridal dress, accompanied by a bridesmaid and pastor march through a Target store in Vegas, where the woman's boyfriend appears to work. All are wearing face masks.
In the first video, the woman can be seen walking through the store trying to find her partner. Upon finding him, working in one of the aisles, she tells him that if they don't get married then it is over.
In the footage, which has been viewed more than five million times on TikTok, she can be heard saying:
You put this ring on my finger two years ago and its time to do it or get out. We're getting married right now or I'm leaving. I'm out. I'm done. I've brought a pastor, I've brought Emily, she's my bridesmaid.
At this point, she notices that the commotion has started to attract onlookers and she explains to them that she is "finally making him commit."
Her plea seems to work as her partner begins to follow her out of the store where they will presumably got married, however, the fiance does seem confused, saying:
Could someone had told me then?
There isn't a concluding part to the video so at the time of writing there is no evidence that the couple actually tied the knot.
It should be noted that there this could have been a well-executed stunt.