A woman dressed in a wedding dress has been caught on camera storming into a Target store in Las Vegas, demanding her fiancé who works in the store marry her there and then or she'll break up with him.
In the second video, the bride finds her partner while he's restocking a shelf and tells him, "You put this ring on my finger two years ago and it's time to do it or get out."
She points out the fact she has a pastor with her as well as her bridesmaid Emily and that if he doesn't marry her "this second", she's "done" and "out".
When the bride realises she has a bit of a crowd watching her, she tells them she's making her fiancé "commit" or she's dumping him.
"We're getting married now, or it's over," she tells them.
He then asks her if they can continue the conversation outside, which the woman agrees to, telling the TikTok user that she's "shaking".
As they leave, it sounds as though the man is asking, "Could someone have told me about this?"
There is no part three sadly, however, in the comments on another video, the TikToker responded to someone asking for an update, "No they didn't, I read in the comments that the girl does pranks."
If she does indeed do pranks, it would make sense why her fiancé was asking why no one told him about the scene she was going to cause at his work.
Commenters were very confused by the whole situation with one user writing, "This cannot be real!"
"I don't know if this is real, but if you have to force someone to do something then they are not the right person for you," another wrote.
"The fact that she has a friend that thought this was a good idea is what's most concerning to me lol," someone else said.
"This is so depressing if this is real," one user added.
Another cleared things up, "Ha! I went to high school and college with her. Sorry to break it to everyone but she has a YouTube channel. It's a joke."