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Honestly, we aren’t sure how we feel about this Traffic Stop Proposal, is that really the best you could come up with? Maybe it’s an inside joke or something!

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Traffic Stop Proposal

A pair of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, police officers helped to orchestrate a unique marriage proposal by staging a traffic stop. The event, captured in a video, saw officers pretending to conduct a traffic stop, which ended with a surprise marriage proposal. This plan was inspired by a previous encounter the couple had with the Eau Claire Police Department.

The groom-to-be, Troy Goldschmidt, chose to involve the police in his special moment because of a past experience where Eau Claire Police helped his girlfriend, Moriah Prichard, find her lost phone during a visit to the area. The officers involved, Maggie Anderson and Josh Miller, volunteered their time off to help make the proposal happen.

Fortunately, Prichard said yes to Goldschmidt’s proposal. The good news was shared by the Eau Claire Police Department on social media, showing the moment captured on Anderson’s bodycam. The couple plans to get married next August, bringing a happy ending to their unique engagement story.

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Our Thoughts On This

The video is below, just scroll down to find it so you can be the judge if you think this a good idea or not. In my humble opinion, I think this is not the right angle to take. You see a lot of proposals go down the “prank” angle to make someone nervous then BOOM, proposal.

I get it, the swing of the emotions from nervous and scared to super happy and excited. But at the end of the day, is it romantic? Maybe? I think not honestly because it is more bully mentality if you ask me. Making her all nervous!

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