May 23, 2022


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Gentleman pranks pal on first date by calling restaurant, ordering ‘will you marry me’ dessert to the table

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This dinner arrived with a side of uncomfortable when a man’s close friend made the decision to have some enjoyment at his expenditure.


Stephen Durand was in for a shock when he went on a intimate to start with date and ended up unintentionally proposing. 

Stephen Durand, 38, was assembly a girl for a passionate to start with day at a steak cafe. Durand evidently instructed his close friend, Lee McIver, about the day, prompting his buddy to phone the restaurant pretending to be Durand.

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McIver, as Durand, called the cafe, Finsbay Flatiron in Glasgow, and informed the team he was scheduling on proposing, SWNS noted.

“We have been laughing about it, about an hour ahead of his day I phoned the restaurant and pretended to be him and stated I was heading to propose,” McIver told the outlet.

Durand's friend called the restaurant, pretending to be Durand, and said he was planning on proposing to the woman he was with. 

Durand’s mate called the cafe, pretending to be Durand, and claimed he was scheduling on proposing to the lady he was with. 

“The supervisor stated ‘we’ll convey out the cake and a bottle of prosecco and dim the lights.’”

McIver mentioned he paid out an additional mate of his to go to the restaurant and movie the occasion.

The restaurant employees reportedly introduced out a candle, bottle of prosecco and a piece of cheesecake on a plate with the phrases “Will you marry me?” composed in chocolate.

The woman was shocked and embarrassed by the incident, but Durand seemed to take it in stride. 

The female was shocked and ashamed by the incident, but Durand seemed to choose it in stride. 

The lady was shocked and insisted, “this isn’t our ours, 100% it’s not ours,” McIver relayed.

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Although the pair realized the joke, the girl reportedly did not love the prank.

“It was £140 ($180) for the prank but it was worth it,” McIver said, noting he had to pay for the proposal plate and his friend’s meal. | Newsphere by AF themes.