Man's 'cruel' proposal prank slammed: 'Break up immediately'

Sarah Carty
·Lifestyle Editor
·2-min read

TikTok users have urged a woman to ‘break up immediately’ with her partner after she shared the moment he pretended to propose to her online.

Canadian woman Hannah Luck’s video, which has been viewed over 1.3 million times online, shows the moment her partner got down on one knee with a jewellery box in his hand.

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A man's proposal has been slammed as 'cruel'. Photo: TikTok/hannnluck

“I love you so much, it’s been six years,” he can be heard saying before Hannah becomes overcome with emotion and turns away from the camera with her hands to her face.

When she turns around, he’s down on one knee and slowly opens up the box saying: “Will you please take these earrings?”

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Hannah can been seen getting emotional in the video. Photo: TikTok/hannnluck
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Her partner turned around and he was holding a jewellery box with earrings in it.Photo: TikTok/hannnluck

Hannah stops crying and says “I knew” with both of them appearing to take the whole thing in jest.

However, when she posted the video online, commenters weren’t so forgiving of what they call his ‘cruel’ prank.

“Break up immediately,” one person wrote, with another commenting: “Proof she needs to leave him where he at, right on the floor.”

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Hannah seemed to take the prank in her stride. Photo: TikTok/hannnluck

“Not cool, that’s mean,” a person commented, with another writing: “I would have left.”

Since the video blew up online, Hannah has since posted another video to reveal that her partner did in fact propose to her later.

“I’m still surprised this video got as many views as it did,” Hannah later said in a video.

“Also kind of taken aback about how many people really hate my fiance; he’s really not a bad person.

“I posted this because I thought it was funny, our relationship is filled with us playing jokes on each other.”

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