Element Of Marriage Proposal Damages Building A Dutchman planned to use a crane to perch himself outside his girlfriend's window. He wanted to serenade her before popping the question. Even though the crane tipped over, she said yes.

Element Of Marriage Proposal Damages Building

Element Of Marriage Proposal Damages Building

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A Dutchman planned to use a crane to perch himself outside his girlfriend's window. He wanted to serenade her before popping the question. Even though the crane tipped over, she said yes.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Last week, we told you about a well-executed marriage proposal - a guy used a GPS running app to spell out will you marry me? But they can't all be winners, like a Dutchman who dreamed up a scheme involving a crane. He planned to perch himself right outside his girlfriend's window and serenade her in song before popping the question. But the crane tipped over, smashing a hole in the roof of the apartment building. Nobody was hurt, and yes, she still said yes. It's MORNING EDITION.

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